Closing the chapter on alpaca farm.

loadingBackDoor-blogThe last of our alpacas were loaded up and are now at home in a new pasture. The chapter is closed on my career as an alpaca breeder. It was a wonderful adventure filled with loads of new friends and learning experiences.

We had the pleasure of getting to know a group of fabulous kids in the 4H alpaca program. It was such fun to watch them grow in confidence, gain new skills, mentor each other and become mature young adults.  They have become lasting friends and I’m grateful to be able to continue to share in their adventures into college and beyond.

Over the years we were open to the public as an agri-tourism destination and we met so many fascinating people. They came from all over the world and spoke many languages. Many would come back year after year when they visited Whidbey.

The plan is to continue working with fiber and focus on weaving alpaca rugs. Our alpaca yarn is for sale at Knitty Purls, a lovely local knit shop in Langley, WA.

Thank you to all of the hundreds of visitors that came to the farm. We loved sharing our alpaca lifestyle and introducing you to the most charming and luxuriously fluffy livestock you’ll every meet.

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