Package Three young males

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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Oh well here goes.It's been over a week now since this blog went up and I haven't got around to saying anything.To be honest,this could turn out to be a bit of a chore for a one finger typist!
We've been getting lots of positive feed back from the site and I'd like to thank Joe at Brittany Internet Services for doing an excellent job,and he never lost his temper once during all the changes.
The French language pages will follow soon.
Joe already has three llamas at his farm and has just bought his first two suri alpacas,including a very nice young male which I wouldn't have minded myself.
Best of luck with the 'Suntemple Suris'.
It's a busy weekend ahead for us and the rest of the Brittany Alpaca set as we collectively prepare to take on the mighty 'Terralies' Agricultural show at St Brieuc.A gruelling three day affair. Trying to convince farmers that alpacas could be a viable alternative livestock.
Not an easy task.
It's a bit like trying to convince turkeys that Christmas is a time for celebration.
We went over today to set up shop,ready for tomorrow.We had a nice pitch,all plush with staging and backdrops,and duly arranged our wares. Only to be told some time later that we had to move because it belonged to the local 'Pompiers' division.
How were we to know the six foot sign saying ALPAGAS had been hung in the wrong place!
Anyway in between dodging numerous escaping bulls and without too much bickering over whose stuff should go where,it's all set for tomorrow.

Saturday, May 23, 2009

New Website

Hello everyone and welcome to the new Quelvehin Alpagas Blog! We are delighted to have this new facility which will enable you to keep up with the changes at Quelvehin as they happen!

The new website is now up and running and we will be promoting the site over the coming months. If you would like to exchange links with us, please contact Steve.

Sunday, May 17, 2009


Hi there and welcome to the Quelvehin Alpagas blog!

Here we will be bringing you news and announcements relating to our alpaca farm in Central Brittany. Watch this space!±