Hard to believe that the move was a week ago. It goes without saying that it was a couple of days of unmitigated hell and that we’re still living out of boxes (and will probably continue to do so for months).
But we’re here and ready to start our new life.
One of the first loads leaves Meadows
But there is no way that we could have done it on our own so indulge me a moment while I acknowledge a few people from the alpaca industry who helped to make this possible:
Rosalie Brinkworth from Andean Gold Alpacas who put so much into helping us to get packed and organised.
Susan Haese from Yaringa Alpacas who helped move animals and arrived with a home cooked meal on Thursday night
Fred & Bernadette Duncker from Glenvois Alpaca who helped with animals
And last, but by no mean least, Chris Williams from Ambersun. Chris helped us move tonnes of plants and equipment, he sorted out our water and he gave us a roof over our heads and hot showers on our first night. Most of all, it was Chris who probably kept us sane..
As for the Alpacas… They could not be happier
Wow! That's some paddock...not surprised that the pacas are happy!ReplyDelete
It was all be worth the stress! It is just beautiful, what a great photo of the herd :)ReplyDelete