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The only impresario in the village. Story 20

Amanda could not help but notice that the sheep were in a sorry state/

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Amanda could not help but notice that the sheep were in a sorry state/
"Oh dear" she exclaimed "he obviously didn't know about keeping them away from the pub. We'll have to get them all onto their feet again or they will die. Come on, twins!"
Posted by Rosemary on May 26, 2013 Full Size| Slideshow

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8 Comments

Shanni
4:48 PM on June 4, 2013 
They look like clouds in the sky.....
Janice
4:25 PM on May 28, 2013 
I laughed so loud when I saw this photo it's a wonder the folk next door didn't bang on the wall.
Rosemary
3:01 AM on May 28, 2013 
I like this site because you learn all sorts of unusual things.
Brooksey
5:17 PM on May 27, 2013 
"It's riggwelted" is Yorkshire Dales dialect for a sheep on its back. The Black Sheep Brewery in the Dales calls one of its strong ales Riggwelter because of where it will put you.
Rosemary
12:58 PM on May 27, 2013 
What does Rigwelted mean.please? I know about hefting but this is a new term to me. I am always open to new words - the more the merrier.
Brooksey
5:20 PM on May 26, 2013 
Zoe H says...
Rigwelted!


So they are, Zoe!
lallyp
2:41 PM on May 26, 2013 
He's not much of a shepherd is he?
Zoe H
12:59 PM on May 26, 2013 
Rigwelted!

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