Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
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Those guys are getting a good airing out! Fun shot.
No snow and sunshine feel good to all of us.Any lambs out that way yet? They're starting to drop them here. MB
Yes, it does!
These critters look as if they don't miss the snow at all. I'm hoping I can get out in my yard later today.
Nice shot, it is very nice to have the snow gone. And SPRING is here next week.
We've been having some sun here in the UK... it was nice to have it on my back yesterday... I long now for some warmth... ;o)
Oooh I haven't seen a lamb for quite some time. They look so adorable. Thx for sharing that pic.
lambs faces look so intelligent. They are sweet animals.http://reesspace.blogspot.com/2010/03/camera-critters-45-pounds-of-adorable.html
Those guys look about as happy to see Spring coming as we do!!!!! Yeah!Hugs,Betsy
EG: Looks like you have a mixture of critters.
They are cute, I think they are enjoying that time outside and playing all together, a happy family! :)purrs and loveLuna
Cool cats! ;D
YES! Spring fever for sure! Can't wait
They are saying, "Look what I found!" Nifty photo!
I don't know. Those goats still look awfully cold to me!
I know just how they feel. I've been outside too and love it.B.
It's great to be able to get out now that the weather is changing!
I bet it feels MIGHTY fine!
I want spring fever - now! :-)Oh - and a nice shot, as usual.
Me thinks one might be with child!
I'm with them, great to be out in yard with the snow gone, after 48 inches of snow, it was time.
Nifty critter shot ... glad Spring is coming to your part of the world.Hugs and blessings,
Too sweet! I love to see sheep in the barnyards, in the pastures....there is something "quaint" about them! ~ks
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