Afloat: Llamas are animals from another planet; everything about them is sideways of the usual. They look like badly put-together horses but behave more like cats. They love family and protect their home. They have a springing float in their gait–hang time–and a total disregard for gravity, that lingers after the play is done.
Anna Blake, Infinity Farm.
A Little Llama Life.
We have a decently healthy herd here at Infinity Farm. We are eight species strong- mostly horses, but our fair share of ruminants as well. Sometimes you can pick up a sick vibe in the herd before you can figure out which animal it is. It’s almost like sensing it out of the corner of … Read more
Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting Moment
The llamas are having a fleeting moment. Edgar Rice Burro is day dreaming about being a fleeting llama. Life is good on the Farm. Anna, Infinity Farm. WordPress Photo Challenge is a weekly prompt to share a photo- I enjoy twisting these macro prompts to share our micro life here on the Colorado prairie. My … Read more
Weekly Photo Challenge: Peaceful
Peaceful: Iberian Sport Horse sleep habits. Anna, Infinity Farm.
Weekly Photo Challenge: Celebration
Llama Line Dance. Nobody parties like a llama. The one in the middle is 18 this year- she is the instigator. And my hero. Anna, Infinity Farm.
Itching and Shedding.
Finally and at last, the ice on the pond has thawed and birds have returned. It’s our spring break. My elderly, domestic ducks waddle off to the pond with a very officious gait, business-like in their bathing. They quack around with wild ducks, exchanging opinions. Mine are easy to tell apart, they swim much lower … Read more
What Llamas Teach about Horse Training.
Llamas are brave and curious. Mine hike with packs, do llama agility, and Sebastian was a ring bearer in a wedding. (At the reception he confused the Mother-of-the-Bride’s corsage for an hors d’oeuvre. It was an easy mistake to make.)