Mongolia Baby Sheep

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I remember sitting in the main square in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, under the sun, enjoying a beautiful summer day when I saw this apparition approach me.  A husband/father/grandfather was out on a walk with his child in a stroller and a baby sheep and goat(?) trailing behind. It made me smile and break into laughter at the first sight.

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