In Memory of:

ANDRE my first llama. Andre passed away suddenly during the summer of 2003. He was the most friendly and cuddly llama I have met. He loved going for walks!! I think about Andre frequently and miss him very much.




Beautiful Andre


Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Bustin' a Move!

I am in the process of moving my blog to wordpress...I will have a new blog name and hopefully a new look. Things are not going as smoothly as I would have liked, just because I am not all that familiar with wordpress. I will continue to post here until my wordpress blog is up and running. The new link will be:

www.knitsandwhatknots.wordpress.com

Ya, now just incase you want to see my progress...I make a post here when the move is official.

I will keep this site as a back up.

Happy knitting!

1 comment:

Laurie (Moo!) said...

Good luck with the move. Sometimes it's rough to unpack all of those boxes. LOL!

In the beginning.....

there were two lambs, Moe and Baaxter. A friend heard I had a couple of lambs and needing to sell his sheep, said I needed more. Needless to say I ended up buying his Shetlands to add to my "fiber frenzy". Naturally this led to lambs in the spring!! Listening to the coyotes yelp one night, I thought I had better get a llama to protect those precious little lambs, and their families. I knew I was addicted!!

I fell in love with the llams's they are so regal! I kept "collecting" them, and before I knew it, I had a stud and was breeding. I quickly found that Shetland Sheep were not for me and I purchased more Border Leicesters, eventually I had a flock of about 30 sheep and 10 llama's. In 2004 I sold all but Moe, Baaxter, and two llama's (Estile and Socks), and moved. This was hard to do, but it had to be done.

I still have Moe, Baaxter, Estile and Socks, as well as Estile's two other children, Bahama Llama (Bomber) and Porter. Socks is expecting, the end of June, she is bred to a suri alpaca. Porter is half suri alpaca, also.