Mom Taxi XIX: Traffic Lamb

[You guys make sure you’re all buckled in! Looks like we’re gonna be in this traffic for awhile. Get out your juice boxes and coloring books, OK?]

“In the early spring shepherds drive huge flocks of livestock, herd sheep, mules, donkeys, and goats from the Pre-Alpine Hills to the Plains Of Lombardy, for grazing. The newborn lambs are carried in a custom made side saddle by the donkeys, and returned to their mothers at rest time.” Photo: Elspeth Kinneir, as seen here. From Susan M.



  1. ogeminijune says:

    At first glance, I thought the donkey was a lambulance!

  2. rocky griffin says:

    I Love the baby lambs dangly legs! It must me nice walking around surrounded with cuteness!

  3. Is it me or is the sheep in front dozing while walking?

  4. rocky griffin says:

    And the baby lambs have ears like bunnehs! Too cute!

  5. diane in los angeles says:

    Look it the sleeping bebbeh (#2), like being in a rocking chair!

  6. I wish the traffic jams here were as cute!

  7. Are we therrrrrrre yet?

  8. Me too! Those dangling lamberson ears and legs are adorable.

  9. Smartypants says:

    “Traffic up ahead is really ba-a-a-ad”!

  10. Pack saddle — Side saddle is a whole ‘nother thing.. Look ’em up.

  11. (-;