Post 101

This is our 101st post! Thanks everyone for your support of this blog and our family. We couldn’t do this without your encouragement. I truly enjoy writing these posts. It’s fun to share the chuckles we get out of raising these oddballs; hopefully we’ve brightened your day with their antics as much as they brighten ours.

I’d like to take this opportunity to solicit feedback. What else would you like to know about? What do you like to read about? Please, tell me in the comments.

Last time I asked, I got a response that resulted in our start to finish series, which goes through fiber processing one step at a time (I haven’t forgotten that series, I need some better pictures before I do the next post). Your feedback is invaluable.

And here's a picture of Tripoli, back when he was little and adorable, just because we can.

About cliffhousealpacas

Once upon a time, my dad drove by some funny looking animals standing on little dirt hills in a field. Thus, the dream of an alpaca ranch was born. Now, we are embarking on a grand adventure of raising alpacas and becoming fiber artists.
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2 Responses to Post 101

  1. Jacque Bailley says:

    Sorry, I can’t help as I wouldn’t change one thing. I espcially love reading of the antics of those “pacas”. Have you ever thought about writing a book/booklet for beginners telling about the processing of the fiber, the different kinds of fiber, dyeing fiber, spinning, equipment etc.etc.? Your knowledge and writing abilities are amazing you know!

    • Awww! More flattery! Flattery will get you everywhere; I’ll have you know :). Yeah, you know, I’ve always thought about writing a book. Never about the ‘pacas, though. ‘Tis a good idea…I’d call it: “Our Alpaca Story: How spitting camelids brought our family together”.

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