Meet Carol Reigh. If you are a member of PLAA or GALA, then you already know Carol, because she moves fluidly between both organizations, administrating and organizing annual conferences, signing speakers for meetings and events, championing llama and alpaca research, improving bloodlines, showing in breed and fiber classes, writing journal articles, finding new and green uses for scrap fiber, and husbanding new owners into the world of cameloids.
As we entered that world, we did so with confidence, secure in knowing that fate, fortune, or guardian angels working overtime guided us to Carol and her husband. The care you give to animals always reflects within them, and the three girls that we purchased from Carol came with loving personalites from a beautiful bucolic setting. Given the best of care, they give the best of all that llamas can offer to their new parents.
Life on a farm gives daily life lessons, and I have learned so much. Here are some my life lessons from learning llamas:
- Living what you love is never work; rather, it is a pure joy.
- Whatever care and love I give, I get back even more.
- Happiness is contagious, especially at mealtime.
- Manners matter.
- Simple pleasures abound in daily routines done well.
Buck Hollow Llamas, Inc.