Break-out report, conclusion


The investigation into the great break-out continues to evolve…

I have so much to tell you. It's too much for one little alpaca to bear...

After turnout, little Missy approached Mom and came clean. “Well, you see, about the time the sun was coming up, Auntie Brittany chewed the chain loose on the man gate. But then, she got her head stuck and she panicked, and when she jerked her head out the gate flew wide open! My momma started hollerin: ‘Heads up ladies! Follow me!’ ”

Brittany chews her way out.

Photo Evidence 1: *munch munch* I don't have an oral fixation. *chew chew* It's not like I'm dealing with a serious carrot addiction. *twitch*

Taking a deep breath, the brave little alpaca continued, “Auntie Tulip was the last one out, but of course, my momma was the first. I just followed momma. Auntie Brittany followed me, and Marcello and Tripoli followed her. We explored the lower barn; Marcello was extremely interested in the Tri-Cycle by the lower barn’s front door. Then we all meandered back to our paddock. Tripoli fell into a snow bank up to his chest. That was really funny. Momma got her leg caught on an old weed stalk.”

Photo evidence 2: Mikayla's fiber stuck on a ragged weed stalk, down by the lower barn.

“Auntie Tulip was pretty sure that we weren’t allowed to be out, so she headed back in. At about that time, Dad opened the garage door and started toward the barn. The minute we saw Dad we froze like marble statues. He high-tailed it back into the house and we just stood still. Then Dad came back out and headed straight for us through the riding arena! We didn’t even know that he could do that. We all went back in peacefully. I don’t think I saw Dad take a breath the whole time.”

I told them not to do it! Why did I go out with them? To make sure they didn't do something even worse out there!

Conclusion: Man gate on northwest side of girl’s paddock was not secure. New security measures to prevent future escapes have been put into place. See photo.

Cliff House Ranch security has taken corrective measures to prevent a repeat escape.

End of report.

Note: Mom composed this incident report, and yesterday’s. If you liked this first-hand account of the ranch goings-on (and Mom’s first blog posts!), let her know in the comments.

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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8 Responses to Break-out report, conclusion

  1. Go Mom! I liked the story and the writing! Plus, the pixs are too cute.

  2. Patty York says:

    Excellent report and first blog post, Jan! I had a great time reading and am glad Little Missy finally came clean 😉 That is a great picture of Tulip haha! And I’m glad to see that ranch security has been restored. Hope to see you all some time soon!

  3. Excellent! Nice first blog. Yes, the talent runs in the family.

    I always enjoy reading the adventures of Cliff House.

  4. Jacque Bailley says:

    It is very clear to me how Kirsten comes by her talent in the area of creative writing. Very nice Jan and very very fun!

  5. Seren says:

    I liked Mum’s first blog post, it was funny…well done Mum 🙂

  6. Barbara says:

    Yay Mom!

  7. Thanks everyone! I got on the phone and read your comments to Mom, and she’s encouraged enough that she’s writing another post! It sounds like it will be hilarious.

    Thanks again for the words of encouragement. Now you may get your hijinks from the front line 🙂

  8. geri says:

    LOVE, love love this blog post Jani! It was superb reporting and interviewing too. I just couldnt wait to read the next chapter. I am so glad that no one animal was harmed (or punished!) in this crime scene

    Aunt Geri

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