Friday, March 22, 2013

Llama Love

Did you know that Llama is spelled with two "ll's"??
I had to google it!
 
The hubs and I were out and about
when out of the corner of my eye I spotted this...
 
adorable Llama!
The hubs was thrilled (insert cough)...
this was a spin the car around in a hurry moment.
I'm not sure why it's so urgent, to go back so quickly,
where exactly do I think the llama is going?
 
I found this cutie pie at a small petting zoo,
next to a private school on a major highway.
One I travel often, I have never noticed him before.
 
A poser for sure, this one loved all the attention.
 
I was so happy to see several goats, keeping company with the llama.
They had zero interest in the girl with the camera.
 
I really adore farm animals, I'm not sure why?
I mentioned that to the hubs,
I also said "I wouldn't last five minutes on a farm"
 
He said "I know"...Way to have faith in me!!

34 comments:

  1. Lindos!!! beijos,ótimo fim de semana,chica

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  2. laughing at your farm girl heart w/o farm girl shoes. :)

    and that llama's dental work is too funny!

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  3. That llama is definately worthy of a spin the car around.

    When it warms up you can come join me at the farm while I clean. You can be in charge of giving the alpacas carrots.

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  4. Oh I do love Llama's they are just so adorable. I think you would last on the farm better then you think you would. We would get you a pair of Pink Cadillac Boots and you would look fabulous and Annie would love you.
    I cannot believe he does not believe in you:) Hug B

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  5. Hi Debbie...your so cute...Farm animal are always wonderful until you have to feed and clean out the poo-poo for there quarter ; )
    That Llama (yes I did know that double Ll) need some teeth
    cleaning work done ; )
    Grace

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  6. Cute llama pics. Llama seems like a good scrabble word.

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  7. I never see anything exciting here. Your llama pics are great. The goat is a cutie!

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  8. some one needs braces. those teeth look like they are well worn. cute shots. you find the greatest places to check out. thanks for sharing.

    enjoy your weekend. ( :

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  9. Lama na drugim zdjęciu wyglada bardzo zabawnie. Pozdrawiam.
    Lama in the second picture looks very funny. Yours.

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  10. I love the animal pics! I've never seen a llama's teeth up close--I'm surprised at the look of them!

    I grew up on a farm, and I probably wouldn't make it again. Though if I had some of Buttons' Pink Cadillac boots, I might look good trying! :-)

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  11. If I ever get my llama, 2 alpacas and 3 sheep, you can drive down and
    visit. But please, more than five minutes.

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  12. The Lama
    By Ogden Nash
    The one-l lama, He's a priest;
    The two-l llama, He's a beast.
    And I will bet
    A silk pajama
    There isn't any Three-l lllama.

    Peace,
    Muff

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  13. Debbie, Lovely cute llama. I love the farm animals too. Just not the work that goes with taking care of them. Petting zoos are perfect for me. Great shots, hope you have a happy weekend!

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  14. I do not think its toothy grin has been captured before.

    Otherwise it must have brushed them earlier.

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  15. I have never seen a llma with such a dark coat. Love the second shot with his funny teeth!!

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  16. I am sure you would do great on a farm, because you care. Above all else farmers care:)

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  17. Such fun photos. Well worth the spin.

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  18. They are cute...as long as they don't spit at you! ha! ha!

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  19. Maybe you just love 'em cause you don't have to take care of 'em!

    What a cute face!

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  20. I tell ya, I laughed out loud when I saw his smiling teeth. LOL!!

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  21. We have a little farm nearby that has spitting llamas. It's the wildest thing I've ever saw!

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  22. That llama is very striking! Looks like he has lots of personality too. I like the dark grey color he has!

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  23. I like the white on black face marking! Very distinctive. We had friends who used to have llama's. They were quite friendly.

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  24. We have quite a few llamas in our area because people keep them for protection of their goats and sheep. They are such an interesting looking creature.

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  25. That llama is so cute!! I love the markings on his face!!!

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  26. hi debbie, that llama is so darn cute!

    thanks for these fun photos.

    happy weekend~

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  27. Lol, I know why it has to be such a hurried turnback... it's to catch that exact same pose!! Looks like you did - they're beaut photos and the Llama loved playing up to you too!
    Cheers now. (It's fun to pretend to be a farmgirl though) ;D)

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  28. Well, at least you know your limitations! :)

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  29. What a cute Llama that one is. I just love his smiling face - enough to make you smile in return. Hope you are keeping well, I've not done much visiting lately.

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  30. He is a cutie but some toothpaste would help...hahaha

    I can so identify with you about spinning the car around....I am getting fast and good at it.....

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  31. Watch out with that llama--I think they spit at you if they don't like you.

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  32. I loved the picture of the Llamas.
    My brother owned a small resort many years ago and he had a llama. They can be ornery and temperamental. At least this llama was temperamental and tried to kick you if you got too close.
    Blessings!

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