Yesterday I remembered at 12:30 that our local wildlife sanctuary had a sheep shearing festival.
So after setting honey bunny buns to rise and getting some house things done, we set off. There were sheep being shorn (they are amazing compliant about this, and Joe does it the old fashioned way which is very cool to watch. Rob manned the camera, so he is not in any of the shots. After watching and petting sheep (including a baby lamb), scoping out the wool arts displays, petting puppies and a baby lamb and eyeballing chickens, we went for a hike.
Rob took this last shot just before we headed home. You can't really tell but it is a chair made out of a stump and it sits right under a huge spreading hemlock tree where zillions of birds and squirrels come to the feeders strung there. If you sit quietly enough, they don't even notice you after a while!