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Saturday, April 14, 2012

Craigslist Find!

a LLama!
So... I'm searching Craigslist in the free category for materials to make a potting bench.
I find this.
A llama! 
I've always wanted a llama.
Who wouldn't and she's free!
I would include the link to the listing but she's gone now.
Snapped up quickly.
I mean I can't really get a llama but if I had land I sure would.
Look at that precious smiling face!


Karen said...

If I had a place I could keep her I would totally get a llama! I LUVS my pets. We had a holtein calf once that would come running if you stood on the porch and hollered "here, Kitty, Kitty, Kitty!" Folks would die laughing when you said "you have to meet my Kitty"! Missin' farm life.

"Create Beauty" said...

So funny!!!!
A friends parents, in their 70's bought 2 llamas at an auction, and I thought it was delightful!!!

My daughter thinks our afghan hounds look like llamas, but I can't see it, LOL!!!

Thanks for the smiles this morning,

Ivy Lane said...

So cute! Hey... maybe try Home Depot or Lowe's... ask in the lumber dept if they have any scraps..sometimes you can get super deals that way!

Stella said...

She has such a sweet face hope someone nice gave her a home. Look for pallets by dumpster or at business places they make good wood for potting tables. Usually are free too.

ZIDA said...

May I be so bold as to suggest an ALPACA instead? They are much friendlier, smaller and easier to handle! LOL!

Susan in Wisconsin

Unknown said...

Yes, yes, pallets are great for making potting benches!! Takes some work, which you are used to...and they are free in a lot of places...behind furniture stores, etc. Takes 2 women to throw it into the back of your car. I have an outback and they fit. Good Luck!!

Cindi Myers said...

Yep, I agree with Susanjmb.
I've always wanted an Alpaca...well actually I would want several!

check this out...you will love them too:

Anonymous said...

They spit! Trust me, they look nice, but you are better off with wiener doggies.

Amy Chalmers said...

Hah! I can just see you now~the female version of Dr. Doolittle! it is soooo great to see you posting Nita! xo

Sharon Rexroad's Bringing Creativity 2 Life said...

That llama is so cute, but I think I'll stick with small animals like my Sweet Pea and your doxies!

Patty said...

That makes me sad....I hope and pray she is in a good home.