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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

Anonymous said...

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

Anonymous 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!