Sure enough, at 2 am last night, she was there with her lamb again. It was a very good thing that she was fine. The night is not the worst. It would be early in the morning light when the predators wake up and are hungry. She and her lamb were safe again, but I got eaten alive by mosquitos 2 nights in a row getting her to safety.
Tonight I was not about to let her out of my sight. Travis, the dogs and I were out to find her and there she was with a group of lambs. The group was moved to the pen by the border collie, Robbie and I assumed she was with them, but no, when I looked for her and the lamb, she was not in the pen. The dogs and Travis and I hunted for her and could not find her. I put the dogs in and went out again and there she was!
So, braving those mosquitos one more time, I chased the pair into the pen and closed the gate, then into the night pen and whew, she was safe and it was only 10 pm, not 2 am. I will watch her more closely tomorrow so I do not get eaten alive by the mosquitos later while rescuing her. Silly ewe!