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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Alpacas and Robins

There they were - alpacas


White ones
And brown ones
Eating hay


In their fluffy jammies
A little store on the ranch sold alpaca products - unfortunately it was closed the day we went by
But there were robins on the lawn - one of the best signs of spring
Listening and looking for something in the grass
How do you do?  I do just fine - how do you do?


Happy Spring!



16 comments:

Janet Shaw said...

Lovely Robins! :)

Pam said...

Love to see those robins!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

We haven't seen either the alpacas or robins of Spring around here yet!

Gunilla B├Ąck said...

Wonderful! Both the alpacas and the robins are very cute.

J said...

I love alpacas! My grandsons went to a farm pre-school last year and were allowed to feed them. I went along to pick the boys up one day and took some very cute pictures....not as perfect as yours are though! We're having a very nice sunny day here - 70 and wonderful!

HansHB said...

Beautiful post!

Kay said...

We see lots of robins, but alpacas aren't so common. These are v-e-r-y cute! They look very clean and well groomed. It looks like they get a lot of love and attention.

Chris Rohrer said...

Robins are a good sign.....and the Alpacas remind me of Peru. They look very loved:)

eileeninmd said...

Happy Spring to you! Love the cute Robins! And the alpacas are just adorable!

Margaret Adamson said...

HI Lovely Robin and cuddly Alpacas

Julie Fukuda said...

I never realized how much fluff an alpaca has on its legs. I miss robins. They used to nest outside my bedroom window in Ohio. We have varied thrush here but theu are boring by comparison.

Stewart M said...

Nice Robins - very different to the ones we have here.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

janiceadcock said...

Missing the robins we had at our last home. Thanks for sharing these!

bailey-road.com said...

It's so nice to finally see Robins and green, green grass. The alpacas are really sweet.

Kenneth Cole Schneider said...

I miss those robins. We have very few in Florida, only as infrequent winter visitors or in passing flocks. They stay in the wetlands and I have never had on on our lawn.

Deb Hahnel said...

Hi! My name is Deb and this is Moonshadow Alpaca Ranch. I'm sorry we missed you, if you would like a tour to meet the new babies please feel free to give us a call. www.moonshadowalpacas.com Great Pictures!