Alpaca in Wisconsin

14.08.2015 § Leave a comment

The spontaneous decision to travel to Door County during summer unfortunately led to all hotels being booked solid.  As a result, we ended up staying in Green Bay. When we departed, we traveled north along the Green Bay coastline and stopped anywhere that looked interesting or intrigued our curiosity.  One place we visited along the way was a local farmers market, where an alpaca farmer was selling co-op socks.  Next to the farmer’s stand, two alpacas stood tall.  The alpaca’s hair had recently been sheered, leaving the pair with an endearing hair style, large bold eyes and long black lashes.  Their hair looked so satiny and clean, especially the white one. I immediately wished our alpaca mill had a natural color that resembled the white alpaca that stood before me.  (By the way, in case you do not know, our alpaca colors are natural, not dyed.)  Displayed below are the photos taken of these two alpacas; so uniquely different in color.

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