When I first spotted the red ewe lamb in the yard, I paused.
In all of our years of raising lambs, we've never had one escape the pasture. Upon finding no holes in the mesh that separated the yard and pasture, I chalked it up to wings.
Weeks passed before, once again, I found a red ewe lamb in the yard. Was there some gap between the ground and fence?
Yesterday, when photographing sheep, I found the problem.
A concrete block had been moved, thus creating an opening. As I put the block in place, the lamb ran up the driveway, through the yard and toward the barn.
Try as I may, I could not find wings.
I was hoping for wings.
But when I returned home from work today, I found this same lamb in the yard.
She looked at me and winked.