So, just home from Cash & Carry with a car full of paper cups and plates and one hell of a lot of cake! I do hope the weather behaves for us tomorrow, at the moment we're dry and mostly sunny with a gale blowing. We had a thunder storm in the night and a couple of very heavy showers first thing this morning, so the pacas look lovely and clean. Our big party tent is up, or was last time I looked! Signs everywhere, pens for the sale animals up, loo in place, fleeces weighed and priced, and Peter is still out there poo-hoovering, bless him. He has worked very hard this week and the farm looks lovely and tidy.

We're offering quite a few alpacas for sale this time - at special prices for the Open Day. There will be females with cria at foot, and those without cria - all pregnant to our Snowmass boys, a trio of yearling females, plus a couple of very lovely two year boys who are ready to work, who are progeny of Snowmass Invincibly Elite xx. And of course some boys for field pets. So plenty for everyone.

I went out this afternoon to take pictures of them all, but they wouldn't co-operate, just kept standing altogether in a heap - or making funny faces!

I did get a few snaps though ...

Pet Boys

Nursery Field - looking green again after the rain.

The girls in a heap!



Bonnie again - posing, isn't she beautiful and one of our Special offers..

Every year I have a favourite cria, this year we have so many gorgeous ones, but Hoity Toity, or as we we prefer to call her 'Flopsie' because of her floppy ear is the one - she is just beautiful and gentle and innocent looking - I love her!


1 comment:

  1. Hope it all goes well tomorrow! How can anyone not love Flopsie!