Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Penne's New Home


I finally got some pictures of Penne enjoying her new home. She has her own box stall and paddock that opens up to a five acre pasture. Each afternoon Penne climbs to the top of the hill, lies down and looks over her territory. Each evening she heads back down to spend the night in her own stall. There are two ponds in her pasture and a chicken coop where she can pester whom ever is feeding them.
All in the shadow of Mt. Rainier.

12 comments:

Beth K said...

that sounds like a great spot!

Lisa T. said...

Llucky Llama.

Carolyn said...

I'd like to spend a day lounging around in her pasture.

frugalmom said...

Oh Oh! A Penne update!! Is that view something or what? How can she NOT like it there? Sounds like she has it made. I bet she is so very happy.

Goldilocks said...

Lucky girl!

Barbee' said...

Will she be lonesome when no one is there feeding the chickens. Or, do the chickens gossip with her?

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Wow - that's quite a view the girl's got. I'm glad it worked out so well for her. But, then, I know that if it hadn't been the perfect place for her, you wouldn't have let her go.
How is Koo now that she's gone?

Marigold said...

That lady needs some goats. 5 acres is an awful lot for just one llama to keep up with.

MaskedMan said...

Magnificent view. Penne is a lucky girl.

goatgirl said...

Farmgirl, Koo is doing great. He didn't give a rip about her anyway. More food for him now.
And yes she does need some goats Marigold but she has to put up some fencing. The pasture is fenced for horses so is perfect for a llama but not so for a goat. And you know how they can be.

Sandy said...

Wow! What an awesome view. She is one lucky llama.

Michelle said...

She is one lucky llama!
That picture is beautiful! What a view!