Thursday, April 02, 2009

Sheepsheepsheepsheepsheep

Klamath Falls, Oregon September 22-27 2009


9 comments:

Katharine Swan said...

It never ceases to amaze me what animals can be trained to do. Anyone who thinks animals aren't capable of following complex instructions ought to watch this video.

angie said...

that's AMAZING. that's about all i can say, and it sounds like sarcasm, but trust me, it's not.

lol, i always get the best verification words on here, today's is boodi.

tualizzy said...

ROAD TRIP!!!

What could be better than six days filled with border collies... and sheep?!

Perhaps Woo could do a half time show?

I had to watch the video a couple times...at 1:30 there is a dog that looks so much like Miss Brassy Pants.

Anonymous said...

video... amazing

Woo half time show... now that's a visual to get me through a dreary day. lmao.

AKColleen said...

That's crazy! I've never known much about sheep herding competitions past "Babe." Very cool. And I want pictures of that Woo half time show! ^^

Alison said...

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Put up more videos!!!!!

insanedogowner said...

I WANNA GO!!!!!!!!!

Amyinseattle said...

Way to go Food Lady. Instead of driving directly to Colorado for ASCA Nationals, i've been informed by one of your regular readers that i'll be making a pitstop in Oregon. It's right between Seattle and Colorado; right? :)

Am excited to finally go out watch my BC buddies work. :)

Carol said...

Well, PORTLAND could reasonably be considered "on the way" from Seattle to Colorado. K Falls, not so much.

Food Lady, sheepsheepsheepsheepsheep reminds me of whispers into Briggs' ears. I see him herding now at Rainbow Bridge.