[No two] were more inseparable than were Jock and Don Quixote, the big Merino ram whose horns swept back from his black nose, giving his kingly head the aspect of Gibraltar. By day-break the ram, the ewes, and their keeper were upon the sunny slopes; before dark, for fear of wolves, the same companions were together in the sheep-fold of wattled stakes, Jock sleeping in a long shed opening into the fold, his two shepherd collies, Laddie and Scotty, at his feet.
Medium difficulty. The similarity of Don Quixote's wool coat with the background can require some careful planning.
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