I have been saving this until I had more time and now, I do :)
Before I left for Oregon Sam (my very good friend from Moab and fellow Red-Head raiser) and I had made plans to swap some sheep. Honey, a very nice Tunis ewe (one of my first) had twin ewe lambs this year and I wanted Sam to have one of them. I had taken a ram to her last year so she decided to send two ewes to me in exchange. I also sent some lamb meat as she wont eat the ones she raises (sigh! lol) and she sent me a huge amount of Elk (she gets the meat from an Elk farm in Montana from someone she did something for). Sam had two guys lined up to drive her truck with her trailer out to Oregon to pick up a flock of Navajo Churro that were headed to slaughter if someone didn't get them (she does this stuff all the time, don't know how she manages). They left Moab Monday morning coming first to my place to drop off the two ewes.
About the time Mim and I arrived in Winnemucca I got a call from Jari saying the guys were here.
This is what they brought. Here is one of them, the other is actually behind her to the left with her head turned away but you can see her in the next picture...
Both these ewes came from Tammy Serafin's farm in Oregon originally. They are both beautiful girls and I am very glad to have them. (hey! you can see Hairy in the back ground with his little dog coat on :)
Here are all the Tunis girls in with Carmine, so I now have six full blooded Tunis including Gus (he is in another pen) but Gus's lambs cant be registered, he has a three inch scur and I just don't want to pass that on. So from left to right, Honey, new girl, new girl, Carmine and Vanilla. Oh and Babs is in the back with a coat on.