We're in Eugene--I'll go back to the coast tomorrow, Tim on Tuesday after his second vaccine. This is our last 'quick' trip and then we'll do ten days here starting on Memorial Day to finish things up. There's less throwing stuff away and more packing it up so that's a good place to be, right?
My craft stuff is all packed up (amazing) and we have space for it on the coast so that's good. Today's tasks involve mostly the kitchen, plus I need to weed whack.
I took a little break yesterday to go to the farm. I hadn't seen the alpacas for a while--they are all sheared but I didn't help, as Ann had a ton of people to help. Plus, there's a new little cria in the world.
He's a boy, born to Georgia last weekend, so he is about a week old. He was born three weeks early--Ann wasn't even on 'cria watch' yet, so he is a bit small but he is doing really well. Georgia is Calypso and Mana's older sister. This is Georgia's second cria.
He is small but doing great. He's very independent and curious.
But still hangs tight with his Mom.
Here's the proud Aunt (she was not very photo compliant yesterday)
Here is the proud Uncle.