The good thing about the farm being busy in the summer is -- well, busy is a good thing!
The bad thing about the farm being busy is that I tend to neglect the 'blog! So, here's a series of photos that I took last week and didn't quite get to posting. This cria is a brown female out of Glacier Rocks Honey Bun -- one of our best females -- and sired by Vivanno. She is about a month old now, and a complete ball of energy.
We're in a cria lull right now, as the next two aren't "due" (I put the word in quotes due to the fact that alpacas have a 330-360+ gestation length, so their "due date" is pretty much impossible to predict) until 7/15. It's actually very weird to have no one imminently due at the moment, though we do have one female who looks like she might want to go closer to that 330 mark ...
K writes this stuff, for some reason that has yet to become apparent.