Log in

No account? Create an account
Water flowing underground
same as it ever was
of Alpacas, spinning wheels, and tea and cakes 
26th-Sep-2009 02:34 pm
knitting for life
My thanks to Martina from Ravelry for organising yesterday morning's trip to Millbrook and for providing the teas and absolutely scrummy cakes.

What I did on my holidays yesterday
pv - Look Mum, she's wearing new shades!

We met some of these guys

Some of us had a go at feeding them

And there was a bit of this going on too.

It was a lovely morning with great company. Thanks to everyone who bought raffle tickets for the Hitchin Stitchin' 'goodie bag'.

Quote for the Day
I'm not a genius. I'm just a tremendous bundle of experience. R. Buckminster Fuller

26th-Sep-2009 03:33 pm (UTC)
Eee, are they as obnoxious as camels? I love camels, foul graceless creatures that they are :D
26th-Sep-2009 05:03 pm (UTC)
We were warned that they spit but these five were very very timid. They had this slightly supercilious expression and wouldn't tolerate being touched at all. The preganant one, Hero, was very vocal in her domination of the feeding bowl. Well, she was eating for two.

They're fascinating in a unique short-legged way.
26th-Sep-2009 08:20 pm (UTC)
They are a very curious looking animal, particularly about the leg area. I'm glad the sun shone on your day out - looks like a lot of fun.
27th-Sep-2009 11:00 am (UTC)
They may look strange but their yarn is so soft and silky and a dream to work. It was a very interesting and fun day.
This page was loaded Oct 18th 2019, 12:02 am GMT.