New crias.......and more still to come
We now have the lines of Gun-n-Roses in our herd with our dark fawn young cria Gunssmoke. We cannot wait to start showing him in fall of 2012! He is everything we could ask for and we know that he will improve with age. To top all that this young gun already offers with stature and fiber, his personality is incredible. Gunssmoke's dam, Bijou, will be bred to our own Altitude in the summer of 2012.
Our second cria this year is beautiful Graycee Spirit. This young girl has lived up to her name with a spirit to overcome the difficulties of weak little ankles for the first week of her life but she was very tenacious. Graycee is from our very own Altitude and this girl is growing up to be a gorgeous rose grey. Watch for her at the shows in fall of 2012.
Sleeping Giant's Mr Cash put forth a beautiful beige female for us. Shianna Moon is loaded with beautiful fiber and a stunning presence. Shianna will hit the very competitive show circuit in the fall of 2012.
Cowboy is a very large cria that has presence, fiber and a wonderful personality. This boy is a very big boy weighing in over 45 lbs at 2 months! Big bones, stocky frame, straight stature and did we mention fiber? Beautiful!
The newest cria on Pleasant Journey Alpaca ranch is Altitude's GreyHawk. At only one week, we can already see that this young guy has what it will take to soar high. Fiber, stature like Altitude...the whole package already shining through. This young male will have what it takes to be a first class rose grey herdsire in a couple of years.
Add all of these wonderful cria so far to the anticipation of another Altitude cria from our girl Proud Mary and the new lineage to come into our herd from Crescent Moon's Tia and GearJammer. Wow! Our small herd has grown in size a lot this year but we are so proud and happy with what we are seeing so far.
Thank you for checking in with us and look for more blog action to come. Not only do we have the cria action happening but the house in Colorado is getting started. Wow, we need more hours in a day!