Audrey of the Alps - Becoming a Sheepherder

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Kimberly

Interesting enough, but as a homesteader with sheep I wished to know a bit more about their style of shepherding, and as a woman I wished to know more about the relationship. And as a viewer I wished I could have more of an update about her life, the quick blurb at the end was surprising and ...Read more

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