Mama and two yearlings were enjoying a snack just around the corner from my house. When I slowed to see them, they looked up, but didn’t seem concerned by my presence. They were too busy eating to care about me taking pictures from inside my car.
I’m pretty sure I overheard one of them saying, “I told you we should have gone further south!”
This one was just as interested in us (Charlie, Meadow, and me) as we were in seeing him. Alpaca supermodel! 🤩
Baby staying close to Mama, but still willing to pose for picture.
If you’re playing hide-and-seek with an alpaca … you’re probably going to win. I’ve been participating in Tara Lazar’s Storystorm this month and this is definitely on my list of ideas. “If I close my eyes and hide behind this tree, I’m pretty sure they can’t see me.”
The National Western Stock Show comes to Denver every January. The parade kicks off the two week event. Starting at Union Station crowds line the streets to welcome them to town.
Thanks to a neighbor’s message, I knew these two gentlemen were on their way for a visit. When first spotted, one was in the back and the other was on the side of my house. Charlie barked low, a warning that didn’t seem to alter the path of these beauties. They stopped to snack onContinue reading “Two Bull Moose Stopped By”