Thursday, February 5, 2009
My Patrolmen do synchronized cleaning...as you can see. I think it is so cute to see them all going up...then all going down.....sometimes they all are standing on one foot....tried to get a picture but I was just not fast enough. This is one of their favorite duties each day...to preen in the warm dry Arizona sun after splashing and chasing each other in their mud hole. After all the fun settles they all gather for their cleaning.
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
In this picture Oyster (The white Llama) arrived at one of the llama's prime poop pile and before anything happened Oreo (The brown Llama) showed up. Oyster was put off and then Oreo was put off....it ended with everyone doing what they needed to do and then go along their happy ways.
I took with picture because I think Oreo may grow bigger then her sister. Oreo has her Mom's (Emmy) build and Oyster has more of Dad's (Phillip the Spitter) build and I wanted to get a picture of them standing next to each other and this seemed like a good time...only after I took the picture did a realize it was a big'ol bathroom dispute.
I highly recommend Vaquero for feed and their customer service is awesome. I know this because I have had 13 years of customer service experience and so my recommendations do not come easily.
This is a picture I took for a friend of mine named Marc. I was telling him I think my geese think they are goats because they eat and sleep with the herd. He was surprised so here is a picture of it. I ran across the picture today even though it was taken in the summer the geese still think they are goats. Well they think they can boss everyone around....most of the time the goats give in but, once in a while a goat will turn and all the geese jump in the air with wings just a flapping. Even when this happens it still does not deter them from their duties of inspecting each and every bucket of water or food. The geese (Patrolmen) take their jobs very, very seriously and is the funnest thing to see happen.
Standing in front is Easter Lilly...as she was born on Easter Sunday and is just as much of a trouble maker as her mother (Cherry-Berry) was. You just see Cherry-Berries horns in the far bottom right corner of the picture.
Tuesday, January 27, 2009
Here are my babies that were born on December 20Th...this picture was taken on January 20Th. They were one month old in this picture and as you can tell the one next to the small feeder is the one that Flow is not feeding....you can see the size difference. But they are both doing great...and Flow is getting easier and easier to hold....she loves bread...so one slice to start and one to finish....at least I don't have to wrestle her around...and my busted vein is healing. Only a few more weeks and they will be on their own and I can just sit back and watch until the next kids are born....on boy I hope I am ready.... What am I thinking I will never be ready they come when they are ready.