Lori is looking good these days. And even seems to have a shy smile in this photo.
The year before and after she gave birth to Robin, her wool was patchy and thin. Now she’s a healthy and happy sheep. That distinctive white spot on her nose makes it easy to distinguish her from Constance who she resembles from a distance.
She’s not as easygoing as Constance, but she is friendlier and more trusting than she used to be.
Lori doesn’t spend much time with Robin anymore. Mostly she is around the other ewes. Although sometimes I see her with Asher or Issachar who she grew up with. They all lived on Liz’s farm (our old shearer) before coming to Bedlam Farm.
She has beautiful Romney wool even if it is full of hay right now.