There’s always one…

And it is usually the same one. Whats wrong in the picture above?

Anyway, I checked all the fences, tightened up some more fence wires and moved Joey back to his mates. Not that it is a particularly difficult job – one of the beauties with alpacas: They hang around, don’t go too far away from their herd and very easily follow you back into the paddock after you opened the gate for them. Very unlike sheep.

Finally some rain

It’s been a long time without any rain. Not sure how much this will be but anything is better than nothing.

Big black cow poking her head into the rear window of a car parked in the paddock

A visit to the cow

We did a roundtrip down the hill for pine cone collecting, fence fixing, alpaca seeing and moo encounter.

A fluffy brown alpaca nose in close-up

Alpaca checkup

Drove down into the valley today to check up on the alpacas and the cheeky moo.

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