|Highland Cattle including Eric the bull at the back.|
|Lots of lovely donkeys.|
And of course there were some sheep, but because of the hot weather they had tucked themselves into the shade. I didn't manage to get any pictures of the Norfolk Horn sheep out in the fields but there was one lamb in the Touch Barn.
|Norfolk Horn lamb|
|Portland Sheep sheltering from the sun|
|Pukaki piglet born on 30th June|
We all had a jolly good time - well at least I did! At the end of our visit I managed to buy 5 more fleeces! What a result! Well I had to make the most of the extra hands I had available to carry the stuff to the car! I bought another Portland, two Romney, one Cotswold and another Norfolk Horn. As I write this post the Cotswold fleece is soaking and will soon be ready to dry in the sun. If you get the chance to visit the Cotswold Farm Park I can recommend it especially if you have a small child with you as there is lots for them to do, but make sure the weather is good as it wouldn't be half as nice in the rain. We had a lovely lunch courtesy of Mum and on the way home we stopped off for a super cream tea. The perfect way to end a birthday!