Years ago I had never seen alcapas except in a zoo. The first time I saw them grazing in a field was in the UK and I was told that there were Alcapa farms. I really like these animals, they have such a funny face and they look down on you from above as if you were just a nothing. People told me not to go too close as they would spit. Of course I wanted to try out, and went close to an alpaca which looked friendly down on me and .... didn't spit !
Since a few years I have noticed that now here in Belgium there are also Alpaca farms, and each time I see them in the fields I stop my car to watch them a bit. Now this gave me an idea, I googled and was surprised that around my town there are quite a few farms to visit !
A farm to visit
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Dominique was still there and we hid in Rick's room until Maria had cleaned the living room.
Domi left around 11 because she wanted to see her brother who lives near me. I was just eating my cheese sandwich when I got a message, that my old friend and colleague from 1964 had been hospitalized, he had cancer since a year. His wife and good friend of mine knew that I just went through the same, because at the end they all have the same symptoms whatever disease it is. So it is just a matter of days and he will pass away too.
And as if this was not enough I got a second message from a friend that her daughter and husband will separate after 20 years. I know them both and honestly it was a shock. I only hope that they will separate in good terms and that it will not be a "war of the roses" ! They have a 2 year old daughter. Some couples are better without children. Apparently it started after the birth of the baby.
After all that I went to bed and read some blogs.
On Sunday it was again a suicide weather, grey, rainy, windy everything ! Fortunately Miss Rosie jumped on my belly to tell me that it was time to get up and feed her ! Fortunately the first message I got was from my son who is in Malaga (Spain) on "Golf" holidays. He sends me pictures from this really beautiful place every day. At least he has sunshine and it is not too hot. and I see some sunshine too !
Bad news from every direction for you. I hope you have plans for a future trip so you can enjoy some sunshine.ReplyDelete
Alpacas are so comical with their long necks. There must be money in alpaca wool, I think.ReplyDelete
I love going to a petting zoo. Many of the animals do too. Many are so loving. Such fun.ReplyDelete
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I love alpacas!ReplyDelete
I am sorry some of your good friends are going through difficulties in their lives. Of course that affect all those around them as well you know.ReplyDelete
Those alpacas are cute and their coats when sheared make really warm fabric to make coats and blankets, etc.
Niice pic of beautiful; and warm Spain!
Sorry you had such a lot of bad news but hopefully when you're feeling fit enough you will be able to get out and visit some alpacas. They definitely look cute but I had heard they like to spit. Your son looks like he's having a good time.ReplyDelete