With our return home this past Sunday evening from the Vermont show, we concluded four straight weekends of alpaca events. Though fun throughout, the last three weekends have involved Jen and I being away from home three days of each week and sleeping in hotel beds of variable quality. At least Sam and Max were . . . → Read More: Taking stock
All together now: the winning CCNF/TGF Get of Sire entry for Snowmass Elite Legend featuring (left to right) CCNF Hyperion, CCNF Elixir, and TGF Snow Legend. The 8 members of the Lutz and Munro families were all very happy with the result but SO ready to sleep in their own beds again by the . . . → Read More: NAAS Recap Part #2: Debutantes and Wily Veterans
This could get ugly before we're through. Three fawn females from Tripping Gnome Farm, including the eventual Champion, with three handlers from CCNF. Sam Lutz quietly schools his parents (again). Photograph courtesy of Doug Herrmann.
I really do enjoy being at alpaca shows once we’re there at a given event, all setup and . . . → Read More: Empire state of mind
Though I knew in the back of my mind that it was coming up, it somehow slipped by me that yesterday marked one year since we started this blog. The drivel you are currently reading is also coincidentally the blog’s 200th post by the way. I know this because WordPress says it is so.
Admittedly, . . . → Read More: A couple of firsts, the new CCNF Chronicle’s 1st year, and our 200th post!
Yours truly is just back from what was hopefully my final drive-by breeding to Maine, at least for the month of August! The company at TGF was of course wonderful as always though making that trek on a weekly basis could get to be a bit much. We needed to do what we needed to . . . → Read More: Getting in a final lick or two
Just got home late yesterday morning and hit the ground running. The females in the due group apparently were waiting to have their head-midwife nearby before letting the flood gates open as we had two crias born just while we were in route home from Boston, then another came this AM too. It’s good to . . . → Read More: Back home
Ann & one of Kinger's other proud owners at CABO '09, so it began…
This is the story, seen from Cas-Cad-Nac’s perspective, of how a superlative young Herdsire came to join our ranks. For the other side of the same story, one that is admittedly missing the elements of darkness and loss, check out . . . → Read More: A Statement of Intent, Part #1: TKO’s King of the Ladies