She had kind of a not so fun trailer ride, she wasn't expecting the first turn and it was kinda sharp so she almost fell over. Over than that, it went well!
She got off the trailer all hot to trot so I walked her into the field and showed her the water, then let her go. She didn't do hardly any running at all! Silly good girl! I guess when you have plenty of grass to eat, that takes precedence.
She and the llamas weren't so sure what to do with each other. She spooked at them once, when they first moved but after that they became "hers." They hadn't gotten real close to each other when I left but Lacey really wanted to. She was basically gently "herding" them around the pasture and actually ended up cutting one and kept it away from the other llama for quite a while considering that the girl has no official cutting training. I also came to the conclusion that I think I would enjoy seeing her go after some cows. She seems like she might have some innate cow-y-ness going on... haha
Picture time! Tomorrow I'll take more pictures, but these are just kinda "see? She's here!" poo-quality pictures. Lol
Fresh off the trailer:
Llamas = "OMG, a big white....THING"
[The brown one with the white face is Marina and she's the white and brown one's "baby," the mom's name is Deidre]
Stunningly white shexy butt...
"are you taking pictures of my.....posterior? *gasp*"
"Gotta check on my big fluffy things!"
A little bird told me that Lacey really enjoys the food situation she has going...
She seemed very content and happy when I left her for the evening.
She's going to be happy here, I think.