After Ryan got in his run and we had some lunch, we headed over to Wolfe's Neck to check out the new baby lambs. They are just so cute! We also fed Sam the horse and the goats, as well as saw the beginning stages of labor with one of the mama sheep. Her water broke while we were there, and the placenta came out (She ate it. Who knew? Learn something new every day, but seriously, ew!), but no baby before we left. We also got out on the trails for a walk. Sam was not really into the idea when we left home, so we didn't pack snowpants or snowshoes or anything, which meant she did a fair amount of slipping around and falling down in the soft snow as we walked along, even though it was moderately packed, but she had a great time and was very happy to be out in the woods. I guess the inertia thing holds true even for little ones. It's often hard to get her out the door, but once we do, she always has fun!
Hay for the horses...
Sam the horse and Sam the kiddo
Hi there, dude
Sam and Daddy watching the lambs
A walk in the woods on the Wolfe's Neck trails
Happy to be in the woods
Peek a boo, I see you!
Anyway, it was a great afternoon out exploring, followed up by a fun dinner at Nate and Shannon's. Pretty good Sunday, if you ask me :-)