Four weeks on. The sheep are now very tame, mug me to see if I have some food for them, which I don't have each time, so deliberately not being consistent.
On Day 3 I bought some "Granulet pour Animaux" for them and they won't touch it. They will, however, eat layers pellets and whole maize, climb trees like goats, eat all the lower new leaves, and eat ivy leaves like they're going out of fashion!
The lamb (Ida) has doubled in size at least and looks quite big next to her mum now. Inca the Ram has become very tame, follows me so close. He and Ida play fight, and she thinks she's a he and mounts him frequently!
I took some photos yesterday when the sun was out.
Today it's rained all day and they're in the shelter that Mark converted very quickly the day after they arrived. They shunned it and it's only more recently we've found them in there now and again. They're very hardy, and don't need shelter accept in very wet or windy circumstances. Most of the time they have been "sheltering" under the leafless trees!
I'm very pleased with them, it's lovely being followed down the garden at dusk by chickens and sheep. It's interesting when trying to keep the sheep out of the hen house and food, and sorting out who should be in and who should be out. The oddest thing for me is not "putting them to bed" as I am used to with the chickens, and just knowing they're wandering around out there at night.