Babies

We got babies.

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OK, I know this is not what you were expecting but we still got babies. This nest is in the boy’s barn.

I asked Sugar what was going on with the pregnant llamas and she just laughed.

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Then I asked the other girls. They just ignored me.

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So I said, “OK, be that way.” I’ll just take hay to the boy’s barn.

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Friday we are headed to Chattanooga for a couple of nights. We are stopping in at Camping World to load up on our satellite system and attend a could of seminars. Then on Saturday we get to play tourist. Not sure what we are going to do or see so if you have any suggestions, fire away. Sunday we come back to the farm. Maybe we’ll have llama babies by then.

Thanks for stopping by.

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3 responses to “Babies

  1. Too cute. Love the captions on the photos. Hope you get those llama babies soon.

  2. You have probably seen the signs – both billboard and painted on barn roofs in the area – See Rock City ! Was there years ago and it was great. There are some great views from Lookout Mountain. There is also an incline railway which is fun and Civil War battlefields in Chattanooga proper and surrounding areas. Chattanooga is one of my fave places to be a tourist. Enjoy!

  3. In February 2011 (clear as a bell and about 65 degrees), we spent a day on Lookout Mountain. Deep inside the mountain we saw Ruby Falls, took a ride on the incline railway, spent over two hours oohing and aahing at Rock City, and visited the Chickmauga Civil War Battlefield enjoying expansive views of Chattanooga and the surrounding countryside. Our biggest sightseeing surprise in Chattanooga was the amazing aquarium. We are so glad we went there!

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