Post Canceled

Wrote a long rant on how we the little people, who vote and pay our taxes, teach our kids to be polite to everyone, dutifully vote, and mow our lawn once a week, we are the ones who need to still the political waters with kindness and tolerance.

Sorry, I can’t see how that will work.



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      1. Well yes, and while “thank you” adds a suggestion of pleasantry, acceptance etc I can’t help feeling, deep down in me waters, that you wouldn’t have rushed here to mow my grass anyway. Not even if it’s a job that wont get done again for about three months.


      2. Llamas get lonely too you know!
        We used to have two llamas for every 30 goats, it wasn’t a rule but 1 llama got lonely, 2 llamas protected goats and sheep from animals like foxes and other smallish predators. Works great in paddocks that don’t have human supervision all the time.


      3. Like I say there is no hard rules. But we found two llamas (same sex is fine) keep the flock safe and spent most of their time together or close to each other. They do need to be clipped at least once a year, and the cost most than sheep, and definitely goats which are nearly a dime a dozen but they are usually friendly.


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