As I’ve discussed in previous posts- I keep extensive supplies on hand as we live in a very rural area. Part of that is a lot of first aid stuff – for general maintenance and emergency situations. I’ve also done blogs for chicken and people first aid kits- but in this post I will beContinue reading “Alpaca First Aid Kit”
If you spend enough time with any group of animals, you come to accept that they can be kinda… funny. They all do the normal animal type stuff, like running and rolling in the dirt to cool off… but it does seem like all types of animals have their own “things” that are species specific.Continue reading “Alpaca Facts: From the Farm”
They’re are several keys to successful homesteading- today I’d like to talk about the ugly reality behind frugal farm adventures. The truth is we are level one hoarders. According to aftermath.com “Hoarding Level One: Clutter is not excessive, all doors and stairways are accessible, there are no odors, and the home is considered safe and sanitary.”Continue reading “Hoardsteading”
Let me start this blog out with a long drawn out, slightly hysterical bout of laughter Ahahahahhahbahaahbahahahahaahaaaaa 2020 was NOTHING like what we expected it to be- so much so that the reverberations can still be felt. So without further ado- our updated goal list for 2020- what the heck did we actually get doneContinue reading “2020 Goals: Updated”
An update blog for our 2019 goals
Just a quick photo blog- I wanted to show everyone how awesome Mariacher’s Shearing Services were. Here are some before of some very fluffy but miserable alpaca beasts… they’ve been being very naughty with their water buckets the last few days to try and beat the humidity. They arrived after supper around 5:30. They wereContinue reading “Alpaca Shearing 2019”
A recap for the months of January and February of 2019 at Gillis Gardens, LLC.
The Death of An Alpaca during winter in Maine
Celebrities who spend their free time out on the farm.