This is the problem I seem to be facing. It doesn't matter which class I put my Tunis in, they are up against bigger badder sheep. We went to the fair this last weekend, had an OK time, although my daughter and I didn't stop arguing until the last day, got our butts soundly and roundly kicked by the suffolks in the show ring with us, and came home.
I suppose we are going to have to wait until there are more tunis around so we can start our own class, but until that happens, I'm done. I didn't even take any pictures, well not many and they are on my camera which is at home (shhhhh! dont tell anybody, I'm at work hehehe) and my home puter is down with the flu. Or something.
But there are a couple pics of me, the girls and one of our red heads at Amy's Flickr, lots of great pics, just keep looking!
We pulled the Milk Thistle. I wasn't home when the deed was done, but from what I hear it kind of came out with a 'pop', then it was burned. I get the whole 'noxious weed' thing, but I miss it. You have to admit that is a beautiful purple!
This weekend is the Humboldt Co Livestock Show and Sale, Jari will be showing Angle (the hamp ewe we bought in Ohio) and Mo (the market lamb). I promise I will take pics of the show and share, I am almost sure I wont be as trepiditious as I was at state so I will be more mindful of the camera. The week after that is the Lander Co Fair, we will hopefully be doing a petting pen, then on September 12, 13 and 14 is the CSSW Retreat, which I thoroughly intend on being at.