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    Re: Baa lambs

    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial View Post
    I came across what appeared to be 4 hairy rare breed pigs on the Pennine way heading towards Ponden Res. One gave chase but stopped as i got to the gate and looked like he was after a stroke, did not like the look of his teeeth though so I stayed away. Snogged it though (well it is valentines day).
    You were obviously running far too fast to spot the numerous signs telling walkers that the pigs are lovely, cuddly and entirely harmless.
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    Re: Baa lambs

    Quote Originally Posted by Derby Tup View Post
    Been for a run this afternoon and the fields are full of baby lambs Okay, it's not spring yet but it's a sign it's too far off
    Nice thought but, sadly, farmers can bring sheep into season whenever they want with drugs. So its not a real harbinger of spring as in t'olden days. Snowdrops are nice though, even if they are early!
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    Not seen any yet!

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    Re: Baa lambs

    saw some on the valley of desolation loop yest
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    Re: Baa lambs

    Just seen some lovely lamb across the road from my house, they dont half go that extra mile to make then look nice. I decided to get sausages instead though.

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    Looking forward to seeing them on my plate in the near future anyways

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    Re: Baa lambs

    Quote Originally Posted by Al Fowler View Post
    Just seen some lovely lamb across the road from my house, they dont half go that extra mile to make then look nice.
    In Flash (highest village in Britain), they give them little jackets - very cute.
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    Re: Baa lambs

    Quote Originally Posted by noel View Post
    In Flash (highest village in Britain), they give them little jackets - very cute.
    I've seen similar near me
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    Re: Baa lambs

    Quote Originally Posted by Derby Tup View Post
    the fields are full of baby lambs...
    Okay, it's not spring yet but it's a sign it's too far off...
    the fruits of our labour eh DT

    re spring...I guess you mean NOT too far off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wharfeego View Post
    the fruits of our labour eh DT

    re spring...I guess you mean NOT too far off?
    Saw a couple of Herdwick tups in the Lakes yesterday. Handsome looking lads they were

    Suspect you're right about NOT far off
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