Friday 20 March 2009

Zanzibah come to visit

It is the first day of spring today and it has certainly felt like spring has sprung.

I have had a lovely day, the sun has been shining and Jayne from Zanzibah Alpacas in Scotland came to visit with her parents. Jayne & I have been reading and commenting on each others blog for a while now so it was nice to finally meet up and chat alpaca.

Golden Guinea took great delight in posing for the camera, he is such a show off and just knows that he is gorgeous. Hughie, never one to miss a visitor, also took delight in meeting new faces. Jayne thinks we're mean to castrate him - I've passed on her comments to Paul who is the driving force behind said act!

Willow is starting to look like she is finding the later stages of her pregnancy hard work, she had been sun bathing most of the day and seems to have a touch of wind! The baby is obviously pressing on something.

I see we, the BAS that is, is chairman less - so who's the hot favourite for the post then?

Great to see you Jayne, I'm glad you came round to say hello - I know you'll read this!


Zanzibah Alpacas said...

You are dead right I'll read this !..We all had a fantastic day, Its just a pitty that I could not fit all the little faces I fell in love with into my car!!..although I did notice that there was an empty trailer on your drive !....and I have a tow bar !...Hughie is a real sweetie and hows the little he tired after his day chasing the girls...Thank-you for the excellent day, I hope I can return the favour sometime, if you are ever in Aberdeenshire, and can get over the Forth Road Bridge !!.... Keep an eye out for my blog and photos of our lovely visit....many thanks and it was lovely to meet you all ...Jayne x

Alpaca Granny said...

Oh, I want to come and meet both of you....

Patou Alpacas said...

A Scottish Alpaca breeder crossing the wall!
Now Debbie was Jayne as bonkers as I think she maybe?
Oops she'll be reading this.... I'm sure she knows its the 'nice' bonkers to which I refer?

Debbie, Barnacre Alpacas said...

I am pleased to confirm yes she is Mark! I think it's a reqquirement of alpaca keeping though don't you?!