Alpacas, Rainbows and Goodbye Salt Lake City


It happened rather suddenly, really. Our house in Salt Lake City sold, Tom went there and supervised the packing and loading of our “stuff” and the rest of our Utah alpacas have hit the road for home. They (nine alpacas, five adult girls, three crias and one 14 month old boy)should arrive here shortly before midnight tonight, July 10, and the furniture should get here sometime on Tuesday.

Thus ends our Utah odyssey, a stay that only lasted long enough for us to enter the alpaca world with enough knowledge to get along and understand most of what we are doing.

Half of a double rainbow at Zena

Half of a double rainbow at Zena

At almost sunset, we seem to be in a rainbow continuum of some kind. In the past two weeks, we have seen two different sets of double rainbows. Perhaps this has a special meaning?

Stage Door Johnny and Rainbow

Stage Door Johnny and Rainbow

The only sad thing is that the second rainbow in both of these pictures, taken two weeks apart, didn’t show up very well.

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2 Responses to “Alpacas, Rainbows and Goodbye Salt Lake City”

  1. wonderwhygal Says:

    I’ve always thought of a rainbow as a sign of good luck. Congrats on selling the Utah property.

  2. Kathryn | Alpacamundo Says:

    Wow. Congratulations on selling your house.

    Rainbows always make me feel better… almost like a door opening.

    The first picture is amazing.

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