Kelli snapped this cute sheep overlooking a valley recently. We see them everywhere; driving into town, to the beach or walking through orchards and farms in the neighborhood.
Captain Cook is the source of sheep in New Zealand. He stocked the land with sheep hundreds of years ago.
Sheep, dairy cows, beef cattle, and horses dot the landscape of New Zealand. Imagine vast farmland with the odd city in between. Toss in stunning scenery, from towering mountains, breath-taking ocean views, clear blue skies and the poofy cloud days we are apt to see in such a lush land, and you have the beginnings of something magical.
We saw the sheep in the image while touring an ancient forest in Opotiki with a 2,000 year old tree. Or an ent, as I like to say.
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