Saturday, March 17, 2018

Hidden From View

Two weeks ago, I had to drive up to the Northeast Corner to pick-up a vest I was having repaired.  On my way home, I discovered this place.



Difficult to see from the road, I pulled over onto the nearest side road, parked the car and walked toward them.  Camera in hand, when I got to the main, two lane road and waited patiently to cross, the on coming cars stopped in both directions, allowing me cross.  Some people are just so nice, aren't they?

Then I scaled the steep hillside that protected the critters and peeked in....awwwww.




I wondered...do young Alpacas protect livestock like the adults?

just seeing, saying, and sharing...

Hidden From View

with you and those at



9 comments:

Ann said...

There have been several times I've seen things while I'm out driving and have wanted to pull over and take pictures. I never do though because I envision a property owner coming out with a shotgun wanting to know what I'm doing....lol

Sandra said...

I LOVE THESE. so beautiful. last week on American Idol, the judge asked a young man what will you do first if you win American Idol, the asnwer was I will buy a Alpaca, no I will buy a lot of alpacas...

only slightly confused said...

how nice of folks to let you cross the road...and what a find on the other side

Linda said...

Alpacas are fun to see. Some folks here in the Shenandoah have them.

Powell River Books said...

It was probably a surprise to discover what was hidden behind that fence. - Margy

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love the alpacas. They are adorable critters. If I had a farm I would want alpacas too. I am glad you stopped for some photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Thanks also for the comment and visit. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week!

Betty Crow said...

Great find. Adorable critters. I often stop alongside the road, but I'm too chicken to get out. I'm always afraid the property owners will think I'm trying to steal something and shoot me. So, I stay in the truck and take the best shots possible from a distance.

A Colorful World said...

I hate it when a fence is in the way! :-) But I get out a lot and walk up when I can. Nice find of these cuties.

Angie said...

Awww... an alpaca would come in handy for back-country camping!

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