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Sheep Barbeque, Cape Horn Corrals


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Sheep Barbeque at Cape Horn Corrals

*Slide 1: Great Pyrenees Guard Dog
*Slide 2
: Ewes & Lambs at Cape Horn
*Slide 3
: Lehmann's Herders
*Slide 4
: Summer at Cape Horn
*Slide 5
: Grilling Lamb Chops
*Slide 6
: Dining on Lamb Chops
*Slide 7
: Sunrise in Wolf Country
*Slide 8
: Loading at Corrals
*Slide 9
: Beaver Creek Wolf Area

In early August, conservationists and sheepmen gathered at Cape Horn at the traditional Sheep Shipping Barbeque.

While feasting on lamb chops, beans and Hagerman corn, we exchanged good natured comments about environmental issues, while two bands of sheep were moved at dusk toward the corrals.

Semi trucks lit up like Christmas trees, came at night to pick up the lambs and haul them to market.

Sheepman Dennis Lehmann's two sheep bands spent two months among the Landmark Wolf Pack in the Cape Horn area which is 20 miles west of Stanley. We applaud Dennis for his sincere efforts in keeping sheep and wolves apart.

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