Wednesday, 17 September 2008

Wednesday

i begged, i pleaded.......

and finally Stephen gave in and this past weekend we built Rodders his very own house.

Pete, aka sheep guru - scoffed when he arrived on site Monday morning....
ha - he cried - that Ram will never use that house, he wants to be roaming the field, standing on mossy rocks showing off his fine Ram body.......

well take a look at him now!






am i ashamed that my Ram has a feminine side?

am i heck

t x

9 comments:

Andrea said...

Oh Bless! He looks sooo sweet, I am well jealous of all of your animals!! Andrea x

trashalou said...

I bet your tough macho boy ram likes quiche too ;-)

Kitty said...

It's a very masculine sort of shelter though isn't it? I bet Rodders wouldn't be so keen on Cath Kidston soft furnishings, but that's a good, manly shelter. Good for him! x

Pipany said...

Good for you Tracy. we had a duck once who wasn't too sure of her gender; she also had a collar hence her name: The Bishop! x

kristina said...

I don't see what's wrong with wanting a little shelter--I think it's brilliant! K x

Heart in the country said...

Lovely shelter and very masucline and rustic...like your ram :)

wonderwoman said...

i have a few sheep and they love going in their shelter, wooly coats or not!

x

Charlie P said...

My goodness! You HAVE been busy since I was last here!
You grass must be very very long as when I first saw that photo of Rodders I thought you'd acquired a pocket-sized Ram to keep inside a wooden matchbox. LOVE the autumny hedgehog bunting and am glad to see Mr.P looking happy at Home Sweet Home :D

mollycupcakes said...

He looks so happy in his little shed. All warm and cosy for the winter months ahead.
Having some creature comforts won't make him a wussy boy lol
He looks rough and tough to me.

Hugs,
Catherine x