Tuesday, July 27, 2010


Of course, there were sheep at Upper Canada Village.

Their wool was used for so many things in the 1860's.

I like the way this little lady is peeking under the rail fence.

And here is a pile of wool, waiting to be processed at the mill.


joo said...

They are so lovely and gently creatures:)

Clytie said...

What beautiful sheep. I too like the one where he's peeking under the rail fence. Adorable!!!

Dar said...

Under the Rail is awesome. My folks raised sheep awhile and my brother went to school to learn to shear them. Mom sent the wool off, had batting made for each of us 9 kids, which were gifts at Christmas. That was over 25 yrs. ago. I still have the quilt I made with my batting. I also have my mothers carting tools.
Thanks for the awesome memory.

KAHVIKISSA ¤ said...

Thank you for stopping by my side in the village ;) wonderful pictures you have here! nice day ;)

EG Wow said...

Great shots of the sheep, Judy. I can tell from your photos that you had a fun time there in spite of the weather.

Luna Miranda said...

the 3rd photo is adorable! terrific photos.

EcoRover said...

I still favor wool--better than polarfleece in cold or wet weather. And lamb is tasty, too!

George said...

I like your pictures of the sheep, especially the photo of the sheep peeping under the fence.


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