Tuesday, 1 November 2005

284

Another number - this time it's the number of sheep who have just passed my door! They came past at 14:00 heading from Bourne Park to the field at the end of the terrace. I didn't count them - I asked! :-)

6 careful considerations:

TRT said...

I just posted an old story from my student days which may have involved a sheep. Odd that. I guess you've (ewe've) got all the sheep that I couldn't find then?

annarid said...

Well a fat lot of use you'd be as a shepherd! You have to count their legs and divide by four. Actually it's quite easy to count sheep.........take it from someone who knows!!!

Lots of love

kat said...

.... and presumably if it didn't divide by 4 you would know that at least one of the sheep had a leg missing.

Squid Vicious said...

Are there talking sheep? Or was the shepard saying, "GET THE FLOCK OUT OF HERE."

Echo Mouse said...

you're killing me. Can you set up a webcam or something for when that happens? I wanna see the wandering sheep LIVE! :)

Nogbad said...

I actually learnt to count sheep when I lived in Whitby. On the moors they count them as "this yan", "that yan" and "another yan". When I asked the shepherd how many he had he said "16 short of 300"

Here's the game that Anna couldn't post here: Sheep game :-)

Would it be a sheep-cam Mouse? :-)