llama Grove Groove

Valley of the Camelids

There Was a Story

Posted by kari on November 19, 2008
Posted under barn

Do you remember the story about the shoe maker’s work being done by beings that snuck into his house in the night? We have something like that going on in our barn. Only it’s not elves or gnomes, but Ray and a great friend.

If you look very closely, you can see work being done well after dark. This is so exciting!

Construction continues

Posted by kari on November 16, 2008
Posted under barn

Neither rain, nor flood, nor cold weather can stop barn contruction this year. We’re out of room, almost out of time, and definately out of excuses!

As you can see, we had a bright and sunny day. The holes have been in the barn long enough to fill with rainwater from the very long storm we had. We want to get the goats in by the end of the year, so Ray’s doing his best to get the stalls up and ready for our newest animals. The goats will be only after the chickens in our sustainability attempts.


Posted by kari on September 11, 2008
Posted under alpaca

With one half of the workers gone, not much happens at llama Grove.  Even the llamas are bored.

Mega Composter

Posted by kari on August 10, 2008
Posted under compost, recycling

We found a composter that can compost cat poo without any ill effects.

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Running Man

Posted by kari on August 5, 2008
Posted under alpaca, food

The boys came running in for breakfast.

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