Blooming Rose

Blooming Rose

Saturday, August 14, 2010

I Went To Visit The Alpacas Again

I visited the Alpacas at Windy Hill Ranch again today and I couldn’t believe how
many little babies were running around! They certainly are cute! I’m going to let
the pictures do most of the talking. You will see mostly babies with a couple of
new adult friends whom I don’t think you met last time. At the end of the post is
a little someone special. Enjoy!





This little one followed me everywhere and kept talking
to me.  He (or is it a she?) loved to be stroked and
would rub up against me.  So precious!


Here's a new adult friend...



Here's my little friend again...



Oh, those lips!

Here's another new adult friend...

Just look at this face...and those lashes!!!

There seems to be a family discussion going on...
 

Here's my little friend again...
 

 
 
Do you remember the last post I did about the alpacas when I showed a picture
of a little cria being born...HERE .

Well, I found the sweet little girl again...

It's hard to believe I watched her come into this world...

She is so beautiful...
She looks so solid.  But I understand there is a bit of a problem...
her mama doesn't have any milk so they have to feed her
through a tube.  She is so cute and I sure hope she will
be ok.

It was so lovely visiting the ranch again. I hope you enjoyed seeing the sweet and
gentle alpacas and their babies. 
My attention had to be somewhere other than blogging the last couple of weeks
but it's good to be back and I'll be checking in with all of your blogs too.






22 comments:

Colette said...

Oh thank you so much for visiting the Alpacas again..I was wondering how they were doing. Absolutely beautiful images!!Your Alpacas are gorgeous! love Colette x

cityfarmer said...

aaaawwwhhhh!

cuteness

Kathysue said...

Aaaah!! I love their little faces, they truly look as if they are looking at you and wondering what you are doing. They are precious,Kathysue

Stephanie Lloyd said...

They don't look real! They are all too adorable. I keep going back and forth between the first visit and the re-visit. I hope you will go back again to keep up with your special baby. Great photos....

Jacqueline said...

These are just the most beautiful and adorable baby animals ever. I feel like each one has a different hairdo and style, and I could pick a personality to fit their do! What cuties. How loving and affectionate they seem. I hope the little one who has to be tube fed will do all right too. Thanks, I have never seen baby alpacas before and I am just smiling as I type.

Rene said...

Those faces and those "dos" would have me watching them all day. Too cute.

-Rene

Bella said...

Oh... Thanks so much for sharing your amazing day!! They are so beautiful, I see them at farms around here once in awhile, the babys are all neck... so sweet! Getting to revisit the baby you saw being born... how precious!!
Thanks for sharing and thanks for visiting too :-)
Bella

Love of the Sea said...

This is one of the best posts that I have read in a long time!! Alpacas are such sweet, wonderful, inquisitive creatures...they are just so lovable. I once went to Peru and spent time up in the Andes mountains on a Alpaca farm...and that is where I learned how gentle and wonderful they are. I love these photos...they are amazing. It makes me want to break out my photos from Peru or better yet... go back for another visit.

A New England Life said...

I'm thinking a hairdresser could do wonders at the farm. LOL!!! Seriously, just picture it . . .

I just love them all. So sweet. They seem a lot more friendly than Llamas.

Acanthus and Acorn said...

They are without a doubt some of the cutest animals(like a cross betwwen a camel and a lamb!?)on earth! I love you close-ups shots...makes me one to kiss one on the nose!

Privet and Holly said...

Your pictures
captured these
amazing creatures
just perfectly!
Sometimes I see
llama, some times
almost pony or
deer....but always,
such sweet perfection!
What a fun post,
again : ) and loved
the update!
xx Suzanne

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

How precious! We always get so excited when we see them on our travels! You got some great photos! ♥

Melissa Miller said...

Ah, I adore all animals and they are just darling! Thank you for showing us the precious babies and the families.

Thank you very much for visiting my blog and leaving such a kind comment today. I really appreciate it and you are always welcome. It's really nice to meet you!

Have a blessed evening.
Warmly, ~Melissa :)

Entertaining Women said...

What a lovely treat to visit the alpaca ranch with you. Glad that you could stop by to meet Miss Peg Nappy. Come again often, please. Cherry Kay

* French at Heart * said...

* Oh how I wish I could take one home with me ( or all of them)..they are absolutely precious!Im so glad I found your blog too~ Blessings, Rachel *

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

They are SO darling!
We live out in the country, and have considered getting a couple. We shall see!

Have a wonderful Thursday!
Hugs,
Anne

food for thought said...

this pics are ALL so cute, but i love the baby at the end and i adore the shot with the eye under the brown neck, fabulous!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

They are soooooo cute!! Love their sweet faces.

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog and becoming a follower! I had a chance to visit you too and I have to tell you that Alpacas are one of my favorite animals! LOVE them! I love the little two tone one and their faces are so sweet! I really enjoyed your post on the antique store! What wonderful treasures they have! Come back soon!~Hugs, Patti

Melissa Miller said...

Oh I just adore you! Thank you for your understanding and the good news! You have truly made my day by your wonderful news about Jumpin' Jack Flash. How wonderful that he lived to be 27! Amazing!Thank you very much for telling me about him. Show us some photos when and if you can. I would enjoy that.

Chestnut has weighed this exact amount since he was a year old. He eats 1/2 cup of Nutro dry adult food every 24 hours and once a week a *tiny* can of moist food as a treat for hairball maintenence. Also once a week he drinks about a teaspoon of 2% milk for a super duper treat. He has an endless supply of flowing water fountain bowls that he just loves. I feel like people must think I feed him an entire bag of food a day and that is not the case. He's just a large and long kitty as well at 3 1/2 feet from his nose to his tail tip.

Thank you again for telling me and your kindness. I can't wait to read your comment to my hubby as well. He is our fur child after all. I'm so happy to know this!

*Smiles & Blessings*
Warmly, ~Melissa :)

Olive Cooper said...

They are just darling. Love your images of them also. Thanks bunches for visiting me. hugs♥olive

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

The baby alpacas all have such sweet faces! It must be such a pleasure to visit them.