Road trip

  So what DO you Do when an Alpaca pees in your car?  That’s the question off the day here… I won’t get into all the reasons WHY there was an alpaca in my minivan…well, 3 of them to be exact… but it made for an interesting road trip!  We learned a few things today:  they don’t appear to like sports radio (me either, thank you), they whine almost as much as my 3 year old from the back of the car, and if you REALLY want to freak out a state toll booth worker, roll down the windows on a van full of alpacas when you pull up to pay your toll 🙂

Oh, and I am going to make a fortune inventing diapers for transporting livestock.  A FORTUNE, I say.


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