We usually have leftover turkey because we usually host Thanksgiving. This year’s turkey was one of the best M has ever cooked. Yes, he is the one who cooks the turkey and does the stuffing at our house. I am the baker woman. After the turkey has been sliced and bagged and is tucked in…
We had tea parties. Izzy spent $3.99 at Royal’s (grocery store in Loa) to buy her very own set. The girls asked if they could use my tea set from 1960, and I said yes. Our tea was either water or Mountain Dew, and the cookies we baked together were broken up as the treats…
Tchairo in the alpaca chute, getting ready for her nails to be clipped.
Sierra did the fluting on this pie crust.
Zeke is our little five-month-old male cria (mom is Porsche).
Happy Thanksgiving to you all from Circle Cliff Ranch, where it’s currently snowing very lightly on us and our alpacas and dogs. Reflecting on what I give thanks for,
Sierra and Kit Kat taking a little snooze
Isabella (left) and Sierra (right) are making more than just cookies.
Diena spinning on a Majacraft Aura for the first time ever!
Diena modeling her newest idea of a hand-knitted alpaca hat.
Creamy and Tasty dish
There is a movement in Utah to have people that live here start buying things that are made in Utah. Isn’t that smart? Why wouldn’t you want to support things made and grown locally instead of purchasing things from China and elsewhere? Utah’s Own is an organization that is helping Utah businesses with this movement….