Thursday, 25 November 2010

Snow stopping the knitwear sales

We certainly woke to plenty of snow this morning, about 5 inches and it was still coming on and off.


We were out with the knitwear today, the weather couldn't have been better for selling super warm alpaca garments, however getting the the venue was a slightly different matter!


We had to get everyone fed and watered before we left and the Paul managed to take a couple of photo's. They're not great but I couldn't complain because I was complaining at him to get a move on! Here are the boys looking rather dirty , Legend with his back end to us has just been rolling in the snow!


Hughie insisted coming to cluck to me at the fence, although Paul managed to click just as he was having a stretch so he looks a rather odd shape, bless him.

Thankfully we managed to get out to civilisation, however even the main roads were bad, it was well worth it though because we had the best day of knitwear sales I've ever had. I'm not sure how I am going to have enough stock to do the remaining 5 events, not to mention the on-line shop.

There were a couple of disappointed people today who passed by and had their eye on something but when they came back I'd already sold it. Most of our item are unique and one offs, so if you miss it its gone.

It has continued to snow on and off all day and we now have in excess of half a foot of snow on the ground and it is forecast to last for a week or so. I thought we'd had more than our share of the snow last year.

Morpeth made the BBCs's nattional news tonight and one of the reports featured my vets camel not looking too bothered by the white stuff.

6 comments:

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

At the moment...you win on the snow stakes.....I have about 4" at the moment....but its still snowing tonight !.........the alpacas look...great !....Keep nice and warm !......Jayne

Barbara@beckbrowalpacas said...

Very impressive snow...looks like the rest of us got off lightly in comparison...glad the sales went well.

Shirley said...

Hi Debbie, Saw the camel on TV looking at snow drifts and dreaming of sand dunes! Pleased to see that we are not the only ones with (slightly) mucky boys! Stay warm. Shirley & Robbie

Denise said...

Don't know if you've had any more snow Debbie, but the snow here on the coast is over a foot deep and it's still snowing

Lucy, Coire Alpacas said...

How do they get so mucky in snow, or is it just that the snow shows up any dirt? Ours look filthy! Hope the winter is not going to be like the last one.

Rosemary said...

We have had no snow! - but we did see the camel on TV and wondered if it was near you!e