"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
With a title like that I had to read! Look out, Winnie!
And what was the reaction of the bulldog?I have never known a bulldog but despite their common portrayal as the epitome of defiant Britishness I rather suspect they may be softy wimps at heart, and Winifred's photo in the sidebar supports this (the one of Winifred with her head snuggled up against that of another softy wimp, perhaps...)
Irene touched Winnie's arseThere was a hiatus Winnie pursed her lips and wandered off very very s l o w l yWinnie 1Irene 0
Winnie is too cute and as i glance across at the pic with the family, one very self satisfied looking bulldog. Gosh, she must weigh a tonne but i know its not polite to discuss a ladies weight. There is a lot to love.
god how i envy you green grass
And how are the sheep doing? Are they less skittish? Have they shed their coats, poor things?
They are just about to shed and spend a lot of their time rubbing themselves against the wire fencing both are now eating from my hand, though they remain nervous, especially of strangers
I've enjoyed my escape from my world to yours, if only briefly!
You seem to have a lot of losses recently Kim... Time to re charge a little?
Talk about a picture being worth a thousand words!!!
John, I'm honored to be an old follower!
Ha. Winnie probably didn't even notice.:-)
That is just too funny.....
Yay Winnie. She landed on all four feet when she moved in with you. Can you imagine life without her now?
We need to see pictures 2 and 3.
Winnie knows who rules the roost, and it's not a scruffy ewe by any manner of means!
The unstoppable butt meets immovable butt - isn't that a scientific paradox?
Irene expected the arse to moveIt didn't!
I know a good lawyer if Winnie wants to sue Irene for sexual assult!
Looks like the ewe needs a good haircut - do you get them sheared?
She's just about to shed her wool, Soay sheep don't need shearing Elaine
We used to have an old tup that would butt you from behind when you weren't looking. Dropped me to the ground on more than one occasion then got chased round the field while I tried (in vain) to kick him!
Being butted feels like you have been hit by a train.....I know only too well
When our old dog became a little too"sheep obsessed" a friend of ours suggested we put him in a field with their Tup... He learnt very quickly that sheep were not to be messed with!. He now turns away from sheep
This one would always go dor the back of your knees when you weren't looking.
Maybe Irene was confused as to which way round Winnie was standing. (No no no! Sweet Winnie. Love her to bits!)
Brilliant picture :-)God I love that dog, she's gorgeous!!
Winifred appears to be presenting her arse to the ewe - as if she desires butting! If Winifred could sing she'd be singing, "Come on Irene!"
Winifred should be a character actor!
Do you have an "after" shot? I hope this didn't end badly LOL
You live a comedy my friend. A fabulous comedy.
Oh Winnie!Great photo John!
Look out she's behind you! Oh no she isn't Oh yes she is, etc, etc
Did you ever have a ram visit your girls John? Any chance you'll have little Soay field residents?
This autumn Kelly!
Just a heads up then.......ewes become very aggressively protective in the last portion of their pregnancy and when the lambs are born. Might want to get Winnie a rear view mirror to keep tabs on her arse attacking ovines! Cheers.
I agree with YP, looks like Winnie's looking over her shoulder expectantly. Has she got some kind of sheep fetish, I wonder??
Rule: Never turn your back on Irene.
John, I really do want to own that dear bulldog.
Good grief, poor Winnie.
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