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This all started with one single llama. Just one. Then It blew up into something so much more.

I have always wanted llamas, for as long as I can remember. If you go back far enough into the archives of Facebook I'm pretty sure there is still a post with my joking about walking into the yard with one on a lead line. Turns out I didn't walk in the first one, but I have wrangled a few who have escaped onto my neighbours lawn. 

One of my first two original llamas (I promptly went back and got a second llama after the first landed) started showing signs of being ill. I rationalized to myself that by the time I found one to keep the first company incase something happened to its buddy - it could be months before I found one. 

Turns out, llama math, is much like chicken math. I went to look at "a llama" and ended up speaking for 3. When the time came to take them home? I ended up coming home with 4. Before the end of the year - 2 more had landed. 2 of these freshly procured llamas - ended up being pregnant. So, you can see how this literally " blew up " into a llamagedon if you will. I wouldn't change it for the world.

We currently have a herd of 11 llamas, 1 alpaca and 12 sheep. I wouldn't change any of it for all the tea in China, or if you want to be crazy - all the llamas in Peru.

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