`Curly`.. (winter pets ). Photo by snosno
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`Curly`..

Uploaded by: snosno

Wednesday February 6, 2013

Yarmouth Port, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: .. Strikes a pose, sporting a fine winter`s coat along with his `natural` look

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11. CalicoBass
2:14 PM GMT on February 11, 2013
Awww, I love this cutie, beautiful horns!
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10. ChrisAnthemum
1:29 PM GMT on February 09, 2013
Sure is one funny story! Whoever would have thought a sheep would be smart enough to figure that out? Pastors use them to illustrate how people need constant protection and guidance, just like sheep, because we/they aren't smart enough to fend for our/themselves. Obviously they haven't met THESE sheep, LOL!
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9. snosno
7:16 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
Thanks for commenting, Susan and Gil!

Sam51- That story is too funny! Thanks for sharing!
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8. Sam51
7:09 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
Thanks ever so much for the rapid response to my question. Now that you have informed me of the breed I really should have known the answer. The clue is in the personality, and this ram has cornered the market. Two friends living in Northwestern Wisconsin told me about their sheep’s escapades. They would receive regular phone calls from neighbors about their sheep escaping from the pasture only during the times my friends were away from home. After looking for damaged or downed fence and finding none my friends set up a stake out from a distance. After the ram was sure his humans were gone he walked up to the barbwire fence and lay down on the bottom strand pinning it to the ground. The ewes trooped out and the ram just rolled to the outside of the pasture. Yes my friend’s sheep were Navajo-Churro. Oh they got back into the pasture the same way and never got caught because they recognized the car and returned to the pasture as soon as they heard it. Navajo sheep have are survivors and are very intelligent for sheep.
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7. gilg72
6:47 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
Fantastic shot Dianne.
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6. suzi46
6:42 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
haha!! love these guys Dianne..we have a couple on one of the neighboring farms..I haven't been able to get a shot of them yet..maybe in the Spring..
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5. snosno
4:55 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
Thanks for commenting, Kathy!! I`ve been watching your goat friends too! They sure are fun~
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4. snosno
4:53 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
Thanks for the comments...he is the most expressive sheep I`ve met too.

Here`s what I found, Sam51. Thanks for asking!
They are Navajo-Churro Sheep.
http://www.bideaweefarm.com/ChurroInfo.htm
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3. ChrisAnthemum
4:48 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
Impressive set of headgear there! Thanks for posting this series, Dianne!
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2. Sam51
4:01 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
This is another great picture of Mr. Photogenic. He is the most handsome and expressive ram I have ever seen, do you know what specific breed he is? I have searched on the net and looked at a great many breed specific pictures, but I would still be guessing. Thank you for whatever information you can provide, and for all of the wonderful photographs.
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1. pbcbb
1:08 PM GMT on February 08, 2013
A handsome dude!!
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"When love and skill are combined, expect a masterpiece."Author UnknownTaking my photography a step further: Some of my photos are now for sale at FineArtAmerica.com - Search for: Dianne Cowen. Nothing ventured...!

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