Saturday 25 June 2011
Our first open day of 2011 is set for Easter Monday.
We have ordered fine weather but being welsh Wales we will have to take what we are given. There will still be plenty to see even if it does rain and hot drinks and home made cakes will be available in the house. Either way, wellies or good outdoor footwear that can get muddy will be essential. By popular demand, there will be an opportunity to make a voluntary contribution towards the refreshments costs.
We now have 21 alpacas in residence with more cria (young alpacas) due to be born later in the summer. Last year’s cria are growing on nicely and still look cute even if a bit more ‘grown up’.
They will all be interested to meet you at Easter, or one of our other open days, if you can make it.
The Gower and Llwchwr Estuary Lions Club have a fun day planned for Sunday 18th July 11am-4pm. We will be taking along some of the boys to try and help attract some people to the fund-raising event.
It rained all day! We had a flat tyre trying to leave home with the boys but we got there in the end. Thanks John T for helping change the wheel on the loose-box. (Hope you enjoyed the eggs.)
The boys got on very well considering this was their first outing into the big wide world. Rhys got a bit fed up towards the end and kept moaning but no one took too much notice. The young boys coped well and even got back in the loose-box without a fight.
Mike and his donkeys got stuck in the mud when it came time to leave and we were only able to help him get more ‘established’. We nearly got him out but not quite. A nice Polish couple with a big black dog lent a hand too but we could not make it until the Fun House lorry driver came over with his 4×4 and pulled Mike’s horse transporter onto more solid ground.
It certainly turned out to be a fun day in all kinds of ways! Thanks for the invite Ian.
Come and join us for tea and home-made cakes & meet our Welsh Valley alpaca herd. There is even a kid’s quiz!
The herd continues to grow and we now have seventeen in residence. Wellingtons probably essential if we have another wet summer!
Hope you can join us.
Steve & Sue Heatherington