Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Visiting A Working Sheepdog Farm

I haven't blogged about our trip to Europe in a while, and I still have so many more pictures to share.  While we were in the Scottish Highlands, we visited the Leault Working Sheepdog Farm.  Watching the border collies herd the sheep was a once in a lifetime kind of experience.  So was bottle-feeding a lamb.  You have probably already guessed that I am quite the animal lover, so you can imagine the kind of heaven this was for me.  Here are some of the highlights.

This puppy was sleeping in a bed of freshly shorn wool.  

Watching the dogs work.

I am completely in my element.




Emmylou said...

As a knitter who's kinda starting to obsess with wool, these pics are great, Erin:D Would love to visit a place like this someday.

Stephanie said...

You know I love animals just like you and this post makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. :)

Amy Fashion Blog said...

Awesome Picture. I love hearing about you travel over here.

Just Jinny said...

SSOO jealous. I'm not only an animal lover, but I sorta have a soft spot for collies.

rooth said...

Omgawww puppies!

SizzleandZoom said...

I love hearing(seeing) about your travels and those are some adorable photos of the puppies.

ajg-jane said...

Your photos are so wonderful, the dog sleeping in the wool is simply the sweetest.

Just Jinny said...

Erin, email me about who you used to arrange your trip. My sister and I have sort of put a bug in each other's ear about visiting London in 2015.

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