Then we went back to the lower barn and let the remaining flock down into the farthest pasture. It's nice and lush so letting them get partially filled up in the current pasture before letting them go there was a way to keep them from eating too much. They knew right away that a gate was opening and there was no problem enticing them down the hill.
After that we unloaded a wagon and a half of hay. That filled the storage space in the lower barn. The rest will go into the upper buildings. By the time we brought them in for the evening the sheep had really filled up and the trudge up the last incline was sloooow. Holly helped.
We took dinner up to the boys and they seemed a bit confused but not overly alarmed.
I think that's our supper.
Everyone had a surprisingly quiet night. Let's see what tomorrow brings.