Monday, September 3, 2012

Steve, Odis and Tony Llama

They are elusive beasts and don't seem to want to pose for a photo, but if you squint your eyes and read my title, you can probably figure out what made that footprint from yesterday's post.

Eric and Jo found them on Craigslist for free and couldn't resist.  They hope to use them for packing and have begun halter training them, but they are still pretty skittish.  Originally they lived in Montana and were rescued there from poor living conditions to sunny California.  The cows have adjusted to their strange looks, but the horses still don't know what to think of them. When the trio walks by the horses gather together with all their heads raised up with their hooves ready to fly. 


  1. Once upon a time, we had considered llamas as an 'agricultural use' for some land we had (pre-horse time). Bill wanted to name one Dolly Llama and Rama Llama. He thinks Tony Llama is really cool. Good luck with them.
    Bionic Cowgirl

  2. Those are both stellar llama names. I think our next will likely be Obama. Mark


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