Is it just me or does this sheep look like it was bad and is hanging it's head in shame?
Isn’t he looking for some nice tender clover? How is Francis Ford Coppola’s wine by the way, have you tried it? Do you recommend it and which one, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot? Thank you so much for coming to my blog and writing a comment Louis – it is so nice of you to take the time to visit, and I do appreciate it. Merci beaucoup.
Must have been the inspiration for the 'Ewego.'
Lequel préférez-vous, de vaches ou de moutons? Je ne pense pas que les moutons boire du café.In any event, did you get the note I sent you about the Vachemobile and requesting some SF restaurant advice? These things can vanish into the ether.
What?! I thought only cows were allowed on this blog! Sheep? R U lowering your standards? I'll not sleep well tonight . . . guess I'll just have to count sheep!
Sheepies!!!! I wanted to get some pics when we were in Napa. But there was never anywhere good to stop. Your guy is cute!
belle photo, on pourrait chanter "it's a poor lonesome mouton" ;)
Very nice shot, Louis!That's right: the monument in my post is to Charles Albert of Sardinia. You can find more information on Wikipedia, please click here.
Beautiful shot !! Simply amazing !!
Ah, as the judge said in the Farce du Maitre Pathelein, 'Revenons a vos moutons'! Looks like the others have wandered off, and this little ewe is all alone.
I love the title of your post!
Would make a nice ragoût.
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