This is a typical traffic jam in Cumbria, with a farmer walking his flock of sheep along a busy road to an adjacent field. Some seem to get infuriated tooting on their horns, as the farmer goes about his work. I sit and smile.
Maybe impatience has a factor to play with the tooters, or they were frightened of woolly beasts brushing crap from their cars. Whatever the reason, the idiots should take stock of their actions. We were sat for a couple of minutes, being allowed to enjoy these beauties up close.
Like sheep that get lost nibbling away at the grass because they never look up, we often focus so much on ourselves and our problems that we get lost.Allen Klein