Sunday, August 19, 2012

Sunday Stills Something Bizarre

 Is that what I think it is?!???


 It is!!!!


 Llamas!!


 A three-up team of llamas striding proudly down the streets of Schoharie NY



How can you not love it

I was kind of excited about this one...such an amazing margin for fun. And sure enough I went shopping with the boss, somewhat against my will I might add, and this is what we found trotting down the streets of Schoharie that fine day.

I was SO glad I went along for the ride.


For more Sunday Stills........

21 comments:

Ed said...

Now thats bizarre and very cool. Viva Llama power..:-)))

dibear said...

Boy this one is going to be hard to beat!! Really bizarre!!:)

June said...

Very, very cool.

thecrazysheeplady said...

COOL!!!! That was a gift from the universe for sure :-D.

NumberWise said...

What a wonderful series of photos! I especially like the first one. I don't know much about llamas, but they look perfectly happy.

Eva said...

That is bizarre in an amazingly cute way. Would have loved to see them live.

Floridacracker said...

Neat!

The Dancing Donkey said...

Wow, that is the first time I have ever seen anyone actually DO something with llamas. Very cool, thanks for sharing.

morephotosplease said...

Nice job, you don't see that around here for sure. Regular Guy.

Far Side of Fifty said...

I think you won! The best bizarre of the week! Awesome too:)

Jeffro said...

Awesome!

Jan said...

I wrote a story for a local magazine about a woman who raises llamas and alpacas. Such great animals. I often wonder why we don't see more of them.

Caroline said...

Now there is a traffic stopper!

Shirley said...

I've seen a 3 up hitch of llamas before, it is really cool; great opportunity for your Sunday Stills!

aurora said...

Good choice! Never seen/heard of hitching llamas before.

aurora said...

Good choice! Never seen/heard of hitching llamas before.

Ann said...

Good for Save the world meme.

threecollie said...

Ed, it was so cool the way it turned out. I REALLY didn't want to go on that particular road trip, but I sure was glad that I did. thanks

Dibear, thanks, such serendipity to see them that day. lol

June, thanks!

TCSL, thank you..and that is exactly how I felt about it. Wow!

NW, they look so fat and fluffy bumping and bustling against each other when they walk. Thank you!

Eva, it was so neat! We turned around in a driveway and went past them a couple of times to get the photos. Thanks

FC, thanks, your miss Sera-N was with us that day

Dancing Donkey, thanks, they are very popular here and people do use them for packing and such. This was a first for me though.

RG, thank you sir, this was a first timer for me for sure, but I guess he drives them all over there. We just don't get down that way very often, especially since the flood. It is just too heartbreaking to see the damage

Far Side, thanks, it sure was fun to see them

Jeffro, thanks, it sure was cool

Jan, neat! There are quite a few around here, mostly as livestock guardians and pets.

Caroline, amazingly we seemed to be the only ones to get all excited about them. We turned around twice to get pics, but everyone else just went about their business as if they saw llama teams every day. I guess, actually he does drive them a lot so maybe they do. Sure was a treat for us. lol

Shirley, my lucky day for sure, although it was the same trip where we ran into the rip off artists. Thanks

aurora, I have seen them hooked up once before at a Sundae on the Farm years ago. I think it was the same gentleman in fact. Thanks



Terry and Linda said...

PERFECT! I have never seen Llama power before, but WHY NOT!!!

Excellent!!



Linda
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great bizarre ride, and you almost followed him huh? nice shot...
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Cathy said...

O. M. G.

Aren't people wonderful?

And the creatures that accompany us on this always interesting journey :)