So, what happened yesterday of notable value. Well, Ursula, our newest Woofer Intern arrived yesterday, Ursula is a little lady of German descent and by little, I mean really little. I feel like I turned in the space of a few moments into the Jolly Green Giant. For what Ursula doesn’t have in hands high or girth width she has multiples of in enthusiasm and we are looking forward to sharing a few weeks with her. Quatre who has been here before is a member of our Woofer A team and we know that she knows the ropes…but we aren’t going to talk too much about ropes today, I’m on a self imposed secrecy promise…ropes,mmmm.
Anyone who knows me knows that I HATE baling twine and I swear that sometimes Greg uses baling twine just to see my reaction..and I’m sorry to say, I’m pretty predictable…and I was. Please see the evidence on the photo slideshow. Poor tree.
Ursula took her turn feeding little Hol-ley. Hol-ley may be little but that girl is feisty. Putting her headcollar on, I did 3 circuits of her pen, on my feet, on my knees and on my tummy. Greg does it now!!! Enough said. Anyway, Ursula did well, being forewarned about her head butts on the milk bottle did not save her however and not being too much bigger than Hol’ley, the bottle had quite the impact. Poor Ursula…but she will remember next time…or maybe Hol-ley may stop, yeah right !!!
Fans of Lamb Chop are treated to another fashion photo of him..this one is au- naturele ( till I find a new hat) Greg too ! smile. Both Greg and Lamb Chop were well and truly Macho’d ….everything on the farm gave them both a very wide berth all day. His “cologne” is obnoxious but he is very happy to share with one and all.
Well, it’s 7.25am, time to do a ranch hand round up. It’s going to be a hot, hot day. Take care, keep cool, M