A quiet place to relax and take a peek at some thoughts and images from my studio and farm. Hopefully you will find something to amuse you. Please leave a comment if it is worth your time.
It looks like your friend has quite a few llamas, and peacocks, too. I'm sure there is work involved but if you love them, the work part comes naturally.We have the space but would need to build a shed and I'm not sure how the neighbors would feel about it. Of course, I would have to convince my DH first. For now, I will enjoy the pictures of your llamas and think deeply on whether this is something I really want to do in the future.Thanks for sharing your photos of these beautiful animals, Jan. ♥ audrey
I so wish I had space for both llamas and peacocks.....however, I think I live too close to others---AND---I cannot see DH helping to shovel out the llama shed of the doo. (nor can you, eh?)I don't know how Joan does it, but I am sure caring for the animals keeps her going.Now I have to go check my little Peep-Meisters and see that they have all their wants tended!XXOO!!AnneP.S. You need another peacock.
Audrey, you can get your llama love from me and forgo all the work involved!
Anne, I'm sure you already have more than enough to do. You too can get your llama love from me, and peacock enjoyment from Mart's Farm. She has the white peacocks and frequently posts about them. I just might have to get another one someday myself. Hummmm, wonder where I could find one???
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