Wacky Wednesdays - Anyone Got A Brush?

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This was taken at the farm up the street from my house where the circus and movie animals are kept.  I believe these are Alpacas.  I took this one right before the winter set in last year.  Who knew at that time what a tough winter we were in for and that we would still be having snow in April!

 

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Gary Coles
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Debra, Your photo is really cute.  It does look like they were prepared for a tough winter.

Apr 13, 2011 06:59 PM #6
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Great picture Debra - and yes, I do have a brush. I am on my way to take care of this for you. :)

Apr 13, 2011 07:13 PM #7
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Debra, I don't know the difference between alpacas and llamas, but nice shots

Apr 13, 2011 07:15 PM #8
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Ted Tyrrell
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How can you tell these little beauties are related to the camel? Cute photo.

Apr 13, 2011 08:04 PM #9
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Myrl Jeffcoat
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Cute photo, Debra.  When I read some of the comments, I had more questions and learned something.  Namely, I don't know the difference between alpacas and llamas either.  I think alpacas may be woolier.  I also hadn't contemplated that they may be related to the camel, but when I look at them, I can see a resemblance in the head.

Apr 13, 2011 08:25 PM #10
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Sharon Lee
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Debra-Need a BIG brush with that one. Smiling.

Apr 13, 2011 09:15 PM #11
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Dale Baker
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Howdy and evening to you Debra

Debra, this sure is a mighty fine photo of those two Alpacas!!!
There are two different alpacas types, the suri and the huacaya. The suri has fiber that grows quite long and forms silky, pencil-like locks. The huacaya has a shorter, dense, crimpy fleece, giving it a very woolly appearance.

Your mighty fine blog post has been Featured in the Wild Wednesday group!!!

 

Have a good one

Dale in New Hampshire

Apr 13, 2011 09:25 PM #12
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Gretchen & Mel Ahrens
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Be sure the brush has a long handle - they can be mean. Friends had a couple of them - went to the corral to watch them and they spit all over us.  Stay back.

Mel

Apr 13, 2011 09:25 PM #13
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Debra - it has been so windy here for the last few days that I'm sure I looked like that too. Cute shot! He looks insulted :)

Apr 14, 2011 12:01 PM #14
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Hi Debra, That made me laugh out loud. Too funny and a great caption. Loved it! A feel good moment.

Apr 14, 2011 03:12 PM #15
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Debra I love it.  Animals can always make us smile.

How was RainCamp?

 

Apr 14, 2011 11:31 PM #16
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Laura Cerrano
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Llamas!! I love these guys! when teaching Art classes I had one student would always draw his version of a llama, very cute indeed :)

Apr 15, 2011 07:42 AM #17
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Laura Cerrano
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ooowait....it was an Alpaca!!

Apr 15, 2011 07:43 AM #18
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Joshua Zargari
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A great shot Debra.

Apr 15, 2011 09:56 AM #19
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I like alpacas, there fur is so, so soft. But, when I look at them, I always think they look like they are wearing a toupee.

Apr 16, 2011 09:36 PM #20
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Mary Douglas
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Hi Debra, I love their goofy grins and beautiful eyes.  This photo made me smile, a brush? LOL!

Apr 16, 2011 11:19 PM #21
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Debbie Walsh
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Wanda, John, Patricia, Carl & Ceil, Hannah, Gary, Ed, Ted, Sharon, Laura, Joshua & Mary-Thank you for stopping by today and commenting.  I am glad you enjoyed the photo as much as I did!

Patty-  :D  That explains all of them looking so tidy this week!  (LMAO)

Myrl-I don't know too much about them either.  I do know that Llamas are much bigger than Alpacas.  I think they both spit.  LOL  Both are raised around here and are supposed to be big money makers.

Dale-THANK YOU!!  I didn't know about the different types.  Thanks for the info!

Mel-I knew they could spit but I have never seen one do it.  I have seen Camels and Llamas do it plenty of times.  I will have to remind myself that about the Alpacas!.

William-I took this shot kind of spur of the moment because he kept turning away and got lucky.  :-)

Jennifer-I never made it to Raincamp.  :-(  BOO HOOO!

Todd-After I read this I had to go back up and look at the picture.  I will never be able to look at an Alpaca again with out cracking up!  Thanks for that!!!!  I love it!

Apr 17, 2011 10:57 AM #22
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Debbie,  That alpaca is looking dead on at you or the camera.  It's a great shot!

Apr 22, 2011 11:05 PM #23
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That one on the left must be a female because it looks like she is puckering up for a kiss! lol

Jun 27, 2011 06:59 PM #24
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Debbie Walsh
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Elyse-Thank you!  It was me-I think it was saying Hey I need privacy!

Eric-LOL

Aug 16, 2011 05:18 PM #25
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