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Monday, February 03, 2014

The landing of a god



They have arrived.

The flock is not quite sure where this large white creature hails from- Earth or a far off galaxy?

Upon arriving Sunday, I put the odd couple in a paddock so they had nose touching with the flock, and the barnyard. Everything went smoothly and they are settling in. Scooby the goat is a dear, reminds me a lot of our old departed friend, Lofa Love. And the llama, who came with the name Kahilia which I am having a dickens of time saying...so he might gather a middle name to help me out sometime in the near future- is calm, but really observing and not ready for lots of hand holding at this point. But he very special.

So another odd couple joins us. I so look forward to getting to know them better.

We incurred some fees to adopt these two gents, and were lucky enough to hire someone to drive them up the five hour trip. Please feel free to toss a tip. It all helps a lot.



6 comments:

blissfulsally said...

Love the picture of the sheep looking way up at the new white creature. It's nice everyone made them feel welcome.

Katherine Dunn said...

The expressions were wonderful. I didn't have the right lens so failed to capture most. Tomorrow they will me integrated into the barnyard.

Else M Tennessen said...

I love your Llama. I think his name should be...Adonis!

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Love the sheep love for the llama. He is one handsome boy.xox

tutto a posto said...

I am glad they arrived safely! I also love the picture of the smaller animals looking up at the new member of the crowel

Angella said...

I remember Katherine photos of donkey ears and horse ears. Kahilia's ears will be a nice addition to your photo collection! So beautifully curved and fuzzy. Everything about both them is wonderful!

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