llama Grove Groove

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Archive for October, 2008

chicken back

Posted by kari on October 22, 2008
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Mariah lets the chickens sit on her. Most people don’t bleive that she is like this, but she is a protector. She also let the baby alpacas sit on her when she was  watching over them. As you can see, we are about to do the barn remodel.

Flurry of Work Before the Winter

Posted by kari on October 20, 2008
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Working hard to get everything together before it is cold and wet. Ray put a drainage ditch around the barn. Combined with last year’s new gutters, this should work out well to controll some of the flooding we experience each year. Kari pulled the fencing from inside the barn. We now have a large open space again. The plan is to use that lumber to make some stalls and put everything together to move some goats in. The alpacas and llamas are not surprised by the changes, but are very glad that they have more venues to watch food preperation. The chickens have no idea what’s up. This is not unusual. Read the rest of this entry »

Cold Out This Morning

Posted by kari on October 9, 2008
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We have to start brining in the llamas to the paddock at night. It’s wet and cold. The Pacific Northwest Winter is just getting started.

 

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