A really inspiring place. I could get lost in a view like that.
Oh lovely views and I love alpacas. Such sweet gentle animals.
I could force myself to live with a view like that! I love big skies. Alpacas may be gentle but I wouldn't want to upset one. I know of a rather tetchy one that used to project the acidic and foul smelling contents of its stomach at people apparently at random.
Yes Geeb. James has recently helped to shear this lot. He got his fair share of smelly vommitty spit directed his way. They were not amused.
Oh my what a stunning sky. And what a stunning view! Great photos.
Yep, lovely inspiring views, and the ever-changing skies... I'm back up there tomorrow.
You should have that alpaca close up as your header
Yes John... and change the name to 'The Last Visible Alpaca'? Heh.
Oh, beautiful!! LOOOVE the view!But don't alpaca have funny faces, bless them? LOL!
Jay - the view was very windy yesterday! I thought the house would fall over.That particular one always wants to sniff the camera in case it will open up and spill out alpaca food.
Hi Katherine! Is that bay black a Suri? Do you spin their fiber? My brother in law is down east of the Coramandel peninsula...forget the name of the town... Sherry
I have so much to get caught up on with your posts............glad to be visiting your part of the world again :)
Sherry - The word Suri sounds familiar Spinners End... They belong to friends, so I don't know, sorry. I have tried to spin the wool but it was very slow going, even mixed with sheep's wool. Maybe I didn't persist long enough.Violet - nice to see you. Welcome back!
Lovely photos! I love close-ups..that hairy snout reminds me of my great-grandmother...
Hahahaha! Do you really remember your great grandmother Jules!?