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June 28, 2007

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woolydaisy

where on earth did you find this? i need, i want, i have to have-it's of my essence!

Laurie

I woulda said they were North Ronaldsay critters. CLearly not.

Laiane

Wow. Just wow. I would love to see that in Real Life.

Elise

wouldn't you love to see this?

naomi dagen bloom

the engraver must have been pretty adventurous too or holding on to a striking memory.

Punkin's Mom

Little Ewen McTeagle must be Irish at heart :-).

http://myfavoritesheep.blogspot.com/2007/06/ewen-on-safari.html

cyndy

hura' for County Clare!! (don't ya know that is where me cousin lives!!)

They all like to live dangerously out there...(it is for the thrill of it all!)

Roadchick

It's kind of like that saying:

If your friends chose to graze on a cliff, would you do it too?

Gotta love herd mentality!!

Cassie

Crazy sheeps.

Sharon

I remember reading of a sheep breed that had adapted to including seaweed in their diet. With that picture, I can see why~

Maia

Wow! That is amazing. They are sheep though. Do you think they realize the danger that lurks?

margene

That's a spot with lots of drama!

Beth S.

That's it, I'm going to Ireland...

Cheryl

Wow, I guess they do like to live dangerously!

Peggy

Where ever do you find these wonderful photographs, engravings, etc.? I love your site.

Carole

Geez. I hope a big wave doesn't come along and sweep the sheep out to sea.

LaurieM

It reminds me of seeing geese grazing just a couple of feet away from Niagra Falls rushing down.

Actually, the geese were probably safer.

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