It’s been a good week, as things are settling down and we
Combination of recipes to make our own toffee.
Bummer experience with felting that didn’t work out.
Tchairo in the alpaca chute, getting ready for her nails to be clipped.
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 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….
A cria (prounced “cre-a”) is the correct term for an alpaca that is less than one year old. Maximus, named by our son Michael, is our youngest cria on the ranch. I wanted you to meet him today. His mom is Ariel, his dad is Mr. Cash. Next October he should have a little brother…
I’ve never caught a picture of a cria yawning before. What a sweet little thing he is. I hope he can take a nap this afternoon.