I am going to see Some llamas that are really close to my house. I had no idea that there is a llama farm so close to me! I just spoke to the woman that taught me how to spin on a drop spindle and she invited me and my kids up to her farm to see the new baby on Thursday. :happydance: Plus I get to see them sheer a llama! I can not wait. My kids weren’t all that excited about going untill they found out that there is a new baby. :smiley: Anyway I will update you all once I am done visiting :slight_smile:

:cheering: :cheering: That sounds like FUN!! :cheering: :cheering: :cheering:

is that the farm up in Tekamah? (yeah i have lived her off and on for 10 years and i can’t spell that town’s name!) Apparently Glenda at Touche has some of their yarn on sale at her shop…i keep meaning to go visit there to see it but it seems soooooooooooo far away from my house…and i am a scatter brain so i keep forgettin’! :rollseyes:

Actually it is in Omaha. Off of 36th street around Dodge park Hummel park area. I am thinking road trip to Tekahmah is in order sometime though! :thumbsup:

Do take pictures! I wanna see the baby llama! And the mama llama! And the papa llama…

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Oh wow, I’m so excited for you!! (And jealous, yes :wink: )

Oh Sandra, how COOL! What a fun thing to do. That would be a really neat homeschooling thing to do…

One of my closest friends lives in Omaha. :happydance:

oooh neato! I’m envious!!

Aaaaaaand now I have the llama song stuck in my head! :roflhard:

Oh thats super cool! Hope you take (and post) photos! =D

How fun! I bet the kids will love it.