It wasn’t the best day to travel; but Kathy Lohr was very excited to meet Lakota and welcome him to his new home in Mayer, Arizona.
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I hit my first snow between Camp Verde and Strawberry, and then as I started up the Mogollon towards Forest Lakes and Heber found the 4-wheel-drive a necessity with snow and wind staying with me all the way to Snowflake.
Traveling with me today from Queen Creek to Snowflake was our recent alpaca surrender – Bandit (a.k.a. Norman). He also seemed happy with his new space; flirting with the girls and running through the snow along the guy’s fence line. We’ll start working on his some of his social inadequacies after he gets acclimated.
Nash had been weathering the storm all afternoon and wasn’t too excited about his new roommate.