Sunday, 2 January 2011

Snow Blackberry (Paul)

2011 and the North-South divide continues with snow up here and none down there (again)!

Debbie has mentioned that I have a new Blackberry - it is great for catching emails on the move but not so good on the picture quality (technology spoils us) - or the zoom which I haven't found yet!

However, having a 'camera' with you does enable you to capture things on the go so as well as the obligatory snow, here is the 'usual' greeting Debbie and I get when we go and feed.  Unusually Mary (black and at the front) has beaten her daughter, Ursula to the front of the queue.  Mary does like to 'share' food with the other alpacas from the bucket if she gets half the chance, one large mouthful for Mary, and then another, and another!  Maybe I'll try and engage video mode to capture this unsharing event!

3 comments:

Zanzibah Alpacas said...

Ah...what an audience...waiting patiently...for their breakfast ! and no doubt dinner and tea !!.....Jayne

Judi said...

We have a couple like Mary! It never ceases to amaze me how their necks go rigid once in the bucket...almost impossible to get them out! Maybe it's part of the evolutionary development of "farmed" alpacas!!

Oak Haven Alpacas said...

I get that same greeting, here I thought it was a local thing :)

cara