Baby lambs, wool and some Antiques

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wool with french backgroundTucked away on a country road in Princeton, Massachusetts is the dearest farm.


wool with french backgroundThe Red Fox Farm.  On the farm, is a little shop called The Wooly Fox.


As I drove down the road and spotted this little wool and Antique shop, I couldn't resist.


wool with french backgroundThey had beautiful things inside, including some wonderful Antiques.


wool with french backgroundI came on a day when twin lambs had been born earlier in the week,


wool with french backgroundand on that day the sweetest lamb had just been born.


DSC_0163I got to go into the barn and meet them.


wool with french backgroundThe owners of the farm and their beautiful home have been featured in the magazine,

wool with french backgroundand blog, A Primitive Place.


wool with french backgroundI purchased some wool for my sister, Susan, and continued on my way.

Make a wish

I was going to end this post and say

"baby lambs, and flowers it must be Spring"...

but it's snowing a bit outside my window, sigh.


I was hoping that March would be going out like a lamb!

Sheep farms, and country scenes, it seemed fitting that The Celtic Women serenade this post.

I am linking to Kim's Wow Us Wednesday.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

This is the Massachusetts I remember so fondly; how wonderful and so NEW ENGLAND..those little lambs are so just want to squeeze them! They look like they are smiling....blessings dearest, Anita

Vee said...

Oh truly must be spring! I adore that burlap swag at the sweet is that?! Must see how far away this is...looks like a day trip for May to me. :D

Blondie's Journal said...

What an awesome place to stop and visit! I could wander around for hours! And the baby lamb is just precious!

Spring is just around the corner...hang in there!


Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Karen,
I simply adore wooly sheep and lambs! When we drive to the beach in the summertime, we always pass by a farm that has lots of wooly sheep grazing in the meadow. I just love watching them; it's a charming sight! I am somehow always drawn to the black ones!
I have enjoyed your post and I hope you see some signs of spring soon. It is finally starting to look like it here! Have a wonderful day.


sissie said...

Oh, those little lambs are just darlin! And that shop, oh my!!!
Such pretties.


June said...

Karen it was lovely to go visit this farm with you. What a charming place. I adore little lambs!
Yes I think the calendar claims Spring, but it is snowing here in my part of Idaho too.

Kathleen Grace said...

Aren't lambs the sweetest things? I had a pet lamb as a child and I loved her so, she followed me all over the yard:>) It looks like so much fun to discover such a pretty place. Don't worry Karen, Spring may be hiding right now but soon the snow will be gone:>)

Lisa said...

Oh - how precious! I am putting this on my list of places to visit when I return to New England.
Thanks for sharing!

Susan said...

Thanks for the tour. Looked like great fun. Susan

Beverly said...

What a lovely place, Karen. I know Susan was grateful you thought of her. She creates such lovely things.

Thank you for taking us along.

Elizabeth and Gary said...

I love the farm...and all that fresh wool! I have a spinning wheel that I still need to learn to use..I will be needing fresh wool. What a delightful place and the baby lambs, well they are just darling!What a fun trip for you.
Have a sweet day and hugs, Elizabeth

Dolores said...

Your pictures are so beautiful!
I love the baby lambs, they're so sweet.
I'd love to go shopping in this wonderful looking shop.

It's 81 degrees here today.....hard to imagine snow.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Karen, HOW KIND OF YOU TO VISIT ME AGAIN!!! THANK YOU DEAREST, and these sweet lambs make me smile from ear to ear; how God makes such sweet and fun things!!! I love His creation...and thank you for enhancing it and making such beauty!!! Anita

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Karen Sweetie...
A beautiful share indeed. I love seeing the wool stretched out and lying as it is. I spy with my little eyes several things I would walking away with. Oh my gosh, what a lovely shop. See, we just do not have those things out here.

Love the little lambs. How precious they are. A beautiful farm and I believe I could get lost there for sure.

We had rain yesterday, but back to sun today. The rest of the week it is supposed to keep climbing. Lots of yard work to do. I am Spring Cleaning the flower beds. I so enjoy working outside, but working full time, I have to work in the evenings and on weekends.

Thanks for stopping by sweet friend. I am so thrilled you enjoyed my post. I love writing. I gather photos along every single day, and pocket them for a post to be. I love blogging and visiting with beautiful friends like you. Thank you for sharing sweetie. Many hugs and much love, Sherry

Cinner said...

WOW, seems so wonderful. I would have loved to see the lambs. always wonderful to visit here. c

Betty Jo said...

Karen what an incredible post! Now I want to visit Mass again and especially this farm!! Thank you for your visit and comment on my blog. In answer to your question about my designs; mine are not designed for blog use. Some designers actually design blog-ware. Of course if you use my products for layouts, cards, etc. then you are free to share those items on your blog as long as proper credit is given. Hope that helps! I'm setting up a new store at a shop called Digitals as well. I'll share about that soon on my blog. ♥

Sharon said...

Thanks so much for this sweet post. I wish we could all go back tothose days.

Susan said...

Great post, Karen. Also, thanks so much for your visit and comment on my blog today! Susan

Gabriela Delworth said...

Hello Karen,

Those lambs are super cute!
And I would love to visit this place...

~ Gabriela ~