Friday, 29 March 2013

Sheep saving #2 - Harriet returns

Unbelievable!  Harriet the hapless hedge hugger went and got herself stuck in the hedge fence again.

I know for a fact that it's the same daft ewe; she has the same markings and distinctive dreadlocks on her side.

(I have extensive files on on all the sheep.)

Now, a very dear friend of mine who sloped off to Australia to live assures me that merino sheep are bumping along the bottom of the sheep IQ barrel, but now I have proof!  Coryton sheep are even stupider!!  And no, I didn't find Harriet myself and insert her into the fence to take a picture.

Anyway, my implements (mmm) enabled her freedom and off she went.

And so, safe in the knowledge that Harriet has learnt her lesson, I am off to seek the snow in Austria....


  1. Mother of Chester29 March 2013 at 21:28

    You're right! You're right!
    Harriet is not that bright.

    If she also has dodgy knees
    it'll be the excess manganese
    that makes her memory go
    whilst you are in the snow

    so when you're all returned
    we'll see if lesson really learned!

    1. Oh, Bravo! Bravo!
      Chester's mum, I miss you!


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