I love it! I had no idea those two (Pete & Reggie) were so precocious! And, the head butting! Classic form.I do enjoy a llama kiss. That was a special treat to enjoy those this morning.Happy Friday!Carolynn
Mischief makers, every one of them.
Ah, yes. Practicing for 'Dancing With The Stars'...
God I love modern technology! What a treat to be able to share this with you. I think I want goats.....
Never realized how energetic goats are, yours seem to be the life of the party... LOLI do like donkeys, when we adopted our mustang, they had corrals of donkeys also, one mini named cupcake she was a cutie. Have a great weekendMel
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Such great morning entertainment. I love the curiosity of the llamas.
Those llama close-ups made me giggle. Pete & Reggie sure love to play! Such energy.
Can I come sit in your barn? All day?
i agree with cee cee..i just want to sit in your barn. the goats are too cute when they play/butt. and the llama hams sure like the camera. i thought they might eat it! too cute!!!
Loved it! Everyone looks happy and you made me smile. :)
Pete and Reggie are the cutest things! The llamas are too. Now... I want a llama. Enjoyed the video.Have a great weekend.Pam
Pete and Reggie are so full of fun. What comic relief they are. And the close ups of the llamas, glad there was no spit! Ha Ha :)
This all looks familiar! I see your llamas are in-your-face nosy too. When we had wether goats, they did the head butting play also. We're looking for a buddy for our last lonely goat. . .
Sigh. I LOVE morning time in the barn. Pete and Reggie are so silly. And I love listening to their little feet clicking on the concrete floor while they are playing and their name tags making that little tinkling sound.And look at the ever inquisitive llama ladies....sniffing the camera...Hi llama ladies!And, of course, the sweet donks. Eating away.
So cute! I love your animals - I can tell they are loved. Today I was just telling a friend that maybe I want a goat, now I'm sure I want a goat! They are adorable!-Lynn
What a great start to a day and great that you share the enjoyment. Thank you.
That was so sweet to watch and so peaceful,,,so quiet, yet so much going on. Thank you for sharing that little video with us!
i can't say i have ever seen a goat turn as fast as the brownish one, well i can cause im so majestic and fabulous.gerald majestic
Oh to have a llama kiss! Those soft velvety noses, the gentle hum of their voices; I can almost hear them gearing up for a full blast of spit aimed right at your shiny clean car windows!!Oops,that was my last experience of an up close and personal llama visit....I think I was at a wildlife animal park? The llama didn't like my clean car window :)
Awwwww. I love that video! I'm with Marcee - I love the sound their hooves make hitting the concrete - kinda sound like they are tap dancing. And I got a little nervous being that close up to a llamas face..... I was worried I was going to get spit at! I'm not happy with my danged email alerts for your blog posts :( Either a day or two late, or I don't get them at all.
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I'm so glad you found Beau! What a wonderful story Danni! Love the video, what a quite bunch! Except those skulls mashing together there was hardly a peep!! hahahaha! Hugs for all!!!
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