Baaaaa-ank Holiday Monday

Today was a bank holiday here in England and so Ryan had the day off of work.  
Since the boys were already off of school for Easter break, 
we were able to get two days of country walking in this weekend.  
Yesterday we walked for four hours and today for nearly five 
as we went on a seven mile walk through the English countryside.  
We saw deer both days.  Today we also saw the following animals: 
cows, horses, pigs, llamas, chickens, goats, birds, chickens, and fields of sheep.  
I love sheep. Especially the way the dot the rolling hills behind our house. 
But they are even cuter when  you have to walk through 
a field of them and have them 'bah' ing in chorus around you.  
I hope you like photographs of sheep 
because I took quite a lot to share with you on the blog. 

Pink Wellies by Hunter, black leggings & scarf from my closet, and I raided my husband's closet for the jumper. 
The deer that we saw today running through the meadow. 
Trying to get my boys to not shout, as to scare the wildlife,  was proving challenging today.
Then we came across the sheep.  
There were so many little lambs running about the field. 
Here was one feeding from their mummy. 
My babies obliged me with having their photo taken with the sheep.
There was a whole field full of sheep. 
The lamb were definitely my favourite.  So cute.
Maddox said he was very glad to see the sheep because it was his first time being so close to them. 
We eventually found our path through the field and what could be cuter than watching your family among the sheep. 
My husband with our our sons and the sheep in the background. 


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4 comments:

  1. oh my goodness, this is perfect! the epitome of spring! xoxo

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    1. It certainly is, you are so right!
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  2. I spent some time in Scotland last June. We hiked in Oban and there were sheep EVERYWHERE! It was great. You could here them "talking" to each other as we walked right past them. Loved it!

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    1. oh how lovely! I love hearing the sheep talk to each other it is so funny and cute!

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