October 7, 2018
S is for Sheep. In this photo you can see how narrow most of the roads in Ireland are so quaint and lovely, but a little scary for Americans and others that drive on the right-hand side of the road. That fact made for interesting explorations deep into the countryside of Ireland - we were super alert for sheep, cars and those narrow roads with blind curves.
This group of Sheep were in no hurry to make way for the car, So we were patient, and followed them slowly for a little way until they decided to move off the road. Many of the sheep have spray-on colors painted on their wool. The colors mark them as belonging to a certain farm. If you look to the topmost back of the sheep in the rear and to the left of this photo, you can see a hint (faint) blue spray paint. We saw all colors, blue, red, purple, gold, green and many other color variations on the sheep.
"The seaman tells stories of winds, the ploughman of bulls; the soldier details his wounds, the shepherd his sheep." ~ Laurence J. Peter
Thank you for your comments and critiques. I'm looking forward to your S day entries.
Have a relaxing day today my friends!
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