Friday, March 14, 2008

St. Pat's Greeting from the Alpacas

Buddy Beth took pictures in the barn to share with all of us. Above is Berringer (Bear) looking good and sporting his holiday scarf.

You can read the pictures below like a story. Slammie got his scarf, then Lux, and of course, they had to discuss and admire each other. Well then, naughty Gunny (some of you know him) is determined to get a scarf of his own.

















9 comments:

fireflynights said...

Alpacas seem to be so much fun. I'm looking forward to learning more about them.

...dotty... said...

How hilarious !

If Slammie is the red/brown one, I'm in LOVE !

But I was always a sucker for the 'naughty' boys.......give Gunny a snuggle for me and tell him how handsome he is !

Colorado Knitter said...

That is so great! We went to our local St. Pats parade today, the 4-H kids had a gaggle of llamas but no alpacas. I thought they could at least have some sheep but no...

Lisa said...

Well tell them I said they all looked very spiffy!

woolies said...

they look very pleased with all their finery!!!
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Tracy said...

Too cute. You seem to have so much fun with your critters. I can't wait to get mine (next year hopefully).

Happy St. Paddy's to you, too.

Ohiocrochetlady said...

I just love all the pictures you post of your babies. They are so cute. My kids want one. I told them they have to wait until we move to the country. (We live in small town)

Knitted Gems said...

What a wonderful St. Patty's Day greeting! I don't think I've ever seen one so cute.
Hope you have a great day!

Gledwood said...

Wonderful pictures again! Hey it's ST GEORGE'S DAY today (20somethingth of April 2008)... St George is the patron saint of England and now people are starting to suggest that with St David of Wales, St Patrick of Ireland and St Can't Remember the Blinkin' Name of Scotland all getting great drunken celebrations, the patron saint of England should get a look-in too!

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