A short jaunt down the road from Randy and Elaine, you'll find a field bursting with a sure sign of spring -- baby lambs!
It's a peaceful co-existence, lambs, llamas, goats, a horse and a donkey, all sharing space.
It's a lovely spot -- plenty of water, some outbuildings if it's too hot or wet.
There were plenty of black and white baby lambs frolicking about -- and it was pretty clear a few of them were really into their mom.
Another borrowed a sleeping llama to use for a pillow! But all things pass and he moved on!
I couldn't resist their sweet faces.
This guy just wanted to play -- but he ended up curling up with one of his pals.
I leave you with a few more sweet faces, gangly legs and future sweaters of America.
It's time to dine!
But please -- don't mention the word mutton. Or lamb shanks. Just think lovely wool sweaters.
After all, that grows back!
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