llama Grove Groove

Valley of the Camelids

Llama Love

Posted by kari on November 4, 2009
Posted under Uncategorized

mooLeif the llama protects his cows. The horse, though, he could do without.

Caught Him

Posted by kari on May 28, 2009
Posted under cow, field, llama

Lief the llama jumped a second fence to avoid the sound of the newest cow. He ran all the way out of town and was on the outskirts of the next town before Ray caught up with him. On the bright side, Lief hs proven to be a very good walking llama. He sticks to the roads and follows a lead rope without worrying about finding his own way. Ursula, the previous walking llama, was very headstrong when it came to walking.

Today Ray tried out the neighbor’s gas powered weed eater. It has an extendable reach and an attachement that will allow branch cutting. The engine is 4stroke, so it’s better for the environment. But it’s still gas powered.

The fences and walkways are now clear of grass and bramble.


Posted by kari on March 24, 2009
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As we are no longer a fiber farm, it might be time to rename llamaGrove. We’re not sure what to name it, but we have no llamas or alpacas. Let’s get the producing animals to work!

All’s Well

Posted by kari on March 11, 2009
Posted under cow, field

With a sunny day, the ruminants all herded together and took over a field. Everyone is healthy and happy, except the people who intended to plow. It’s just as well, since we ran out of time…rain has its uses, even beyond keeping everything green.


Posted by kari on January 6, 2009
Posted under alpaca

The alpacas have found a friend in Brody. The horse is large enough to keep the evil llama overloards from asserting their dominance over the alpacas. Brody is so large, in fact, that he barely notices the alpacas taking food from his bowl or hay from his feeder.

Brody gets companions to graze with. Silly llamas just don’t play with him.

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