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Yvonne:Sally has certainly let herself go since the separation

This is #265, first published 15 Feb 2020

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In real life sheep can 'go hermit' which means they evade capture for shearing. Many breeds have lost the ability to moult and rely on the shearer. Those that avoid shearing for years can grow enormous fleeces. The sheep are fine once shorn, the subject is worth Googling. 

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Sally has long trailing fleece


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