This morning we went to the Park for a photo session.
When we got back to our car, look what we saw!
For a couple of weeks, the peeps at the Devil's Elbow had been talking about the lady who walks her dogs and sheep.
The Akitas are nine-year old sisters....very sweet.
|Sampling the rose bushes in the Pool's car park.|
The sheep..well, large lambs, just walk along with them.
They don't go into the road.
|Continuing towards the main part of town.|
Goodbye sheepies....Enjoy your walk.
If you've noticed the absence of two scotties and a spotty, we had to watch from the car!
We were not allowed to meet them up close.
That is just plain weird!ReplyDelete
But we are impressed that the sheep don't go onto the road. In the Scottish Highlands it is often hard to get the sheep OFF the road!
Cheers, Gail and Bertie.
Wow, that's a sight worth seeing.ReplyDelete
I wonder if the sheep think that they are dogs :-)
Wow that is a sight alright. I too would not be allowed to say hello. Drats! Have a marvelous Monday.ReplyDelete
Best wishes Molly
Wow, wish we had sheep walking down the road, being a sheep dog..Bawahahaawaa xx00xxReplyDelete
Mollie and Alfie
Now that's not something you see everyday, how fun! I remember seeing someone running with a miniature pony a few times when we lived in Alaska, and I thought that was fun to see too!ReplyDelete
That's so cool...I see why Mom put you in the car...sometimes first meetings can be a little tenseReplyDelete
Holy Sheepie! Isn't that amazing. I think they must be related to Dachshund Nola. They tried to walk their chickens!ReplyDelete
That would certainly cause me to give a double-look.ReplyDelete
Bizarre is the word that comes to mind.ReplyDelete
I bet that was quite the sight to see. I wonder what my hounds would have thought of those sheep up close and personal!?!ReplyDelete
What a weird sight. At least she loves the sheep enough to walk them?!ReplyDelete
You live in the most interesting town!ReplyDelete
Wally & Sammy
I would have let those sheep know I was there.ReplyDelete
Whoa! That's cool. I don't think I've ever seen a sheep. Up close and personal.ReplyDelete
That is hilarious. Is here name Mary? Cause. Mary had a little lamb mom saidReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
This made Mom smile big time - you just gotta love aussies :)ReplyDelete
Aw! That is so neat that the sheep go for a walk! My sister has sheep and goats and they follow her everywhere!ReplyDelete
How very strange that all seems to us!!! And very unfair that those sheep don't have to have strings attached like we do. If it is any consolation to you, we would have been on lockdown in the car too.ReplyDelete
Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning
i've never seen a sheep out for a walkie! come to think of it i've never seen a real live sheep...i'm afraid i would not be allowed to say hello either. boo!ReplyDelete
I can't even imagine why you weren't allowed to meet them!ReplyDelete
We do have to admit - we've never seen sheepies walking along with their hooman and pups before!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Mitch and Molly
Oh wow! Very cool!ReplyDelete
What a sight!ReplyDelete
Oh my! That is something I have never seen befores! What a Woolderful sight! BOL hehehe (sorry, I crack myself up!)ReplyDelete
Too bad you gurls couldn't meet the woolie beasts. Maybe next time!
That is so nice of their Mom. Sheep are people tooReplyDelete
We would have wanted to meet them too! lee and phodReplyDelete
No way!!! That's one interesting site. Akitas are often known for their courage and loyalty. It's nice to meet two in the flesh.ReplyDelete
That is crazy! What would keep the sheep from spooking and running into the road? They are cute though.ReplyDelete
Did you find out their names...? They weren't Chops and Sausage were they?ReplyDelete
Ha! Walking sheep on leashes? Does she have to clean up their "business"? Great story.ReplyDelete
That certainly is different! Too bad you had to watch from the car. Wouldn't that have been fun to get right up there and sniff?!ReplyDelete