July 16th, 2014

07/16/2014

 
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Waiting patiently at the trailhead.

 

LPOW

07/09/2014

 
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On the trail.

 
 
That's the same llama, looking perfectly Regal on the left, and looking perfectly Goofy on the right, after a good spitting match.  Spit apparently tastes yucky to llamas, since they have to air out their mouths after they're done. 
 
 
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One month old.
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Five years old.
Happy Birthday, Rocky Mountain Jupiter!
 
 
PictureRocky Mountain High Spirits





















Some retired llamas have it pretty good.

 

Help!

05/20/2014

 
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We have a bunch of show halters in various color combos.  If you see something you like, please email llamas@rockymtllamas.com and we'll sell it to you cheap.

 

LPOW

05/12/2014

 
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LPOW

04/23/2014

 
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Still feeling nostalgic, so here's a photo of the great Rocky Mountain Jester. He was also a super versatile llama: in addition to packing and winning grand championships, he pulled a cart.

 

Inca's kids

04/14/2014

 
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Greyfeather, one of Inca's sons, was an outstanding packer. Born in 1992, he placed well in the show ring and excelled on the trail.  He also was a 4H llama for several lucky kids.  (He retired in 2012 due to a dental problem that made it hard for him to grind his food, and thus to keep weight on, especially when he is active all day keeping an eye on the girls)

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Greyfeather carries rolls of erosion control netting for the Forest Service.
PictureRory at the Estes Park Wool Market Llama Show, 2007














Inca's grandson,Greyfeather's son, Rocky Mountain Rory, does well in the show ring and on the trail.

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LPOW

04/07/2014

 
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I'm feeling nostalgic, so here's a photo of Rocky Mountain Inca,
one of Bobra's great old packers.
He had many fine offspring who inherited his ability on the trail.