S: Rocky Mountain Alpacas 2012
1: This is dedicated to Blaine, my loving husband of over three decades. Thank you for who you are and what you do. I am so blessed. Pamela Margit Tritt February 2012 | www.RockyMountainAlpacas.com Erie, Colorado
2: Our view of paradise
5: Noses to noses!
6: Welcome to the world!
7: This learning to walking is not easy!
8: Natja and Rocky Mountain Smores (Morry)
9: Grahm is the most photogenic and inquisitive alpaca!
10: Spanish Peaks Victorian Knight "VK" ARI 30929364 DOB 6/29/2007 Snowmass heritage Beautiful rich dark brown fleece with deep crimp. Throws cria with great color!
11: Fossil Ridge Rumaki's Crown Royale "CR" ARI 30552586 DOB 12/15/2006 Royal Fawn grandson
12: Santana T-C and K2 (spitting image of his dad, VK)
13: Shasta Amigo and Pepper (true black!)
14: Amigo his name says it all | When this boy was born, I asked friends for naming suggestions. The winner was "Too Cute" - "T-C"
15: Grahm Cracker!
16: Everyone smile :)
18: Ocho | Ocho and Cassie | Baby Ocho - 4 months old
19: Where did we get his name? He has a light brown figure 8 on his back. Eight = Ocho! | Ocho, our Great Pyrenees, lives full time with the alpacas as a guardian dog. He goes "on duty" at sunset with his deep "woof woof" keeping potential predators away. During the day, he looks like a great 110# white rug! He is an amazingly gentle dog - especially with little ones, both cria and children.
20: Shearing is an annual event, early - mid May in Colorado. Each animal is safely restrained and the fleece collected according to quality with the best portion called the "blanket." | Before
21: I'm naked!
22: 2011 female cria
24: Libby saying hi to Ocho and 'pacas watching | Natja with her spring haircut
25: Spice | Morrie and T-C