Castles & Coastlines (and Snow!)

From snowy Northumberland to snowy Devon last Friday, at the end of our short holiday. Probably colder in Devon although [...]

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Shawl or Sock?

What a busy couple of weeks. We have had rain, snow, ice and now some sunshine. Things are starting to [...]

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Unbelievably Wet

It is still unbelievably wet here. We’ve had to move any alpacas that were down in the valley up to [...]

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V Necks and Stripes

Can you believe we are halfway through January already? It has certainly flown by. If you need something to keep [...]

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Merry Christmas

Happy Christmas to you all and thank you for your custom in 2022. Watch out for our next newsletter in [...]

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First Frost

Dry at last, no rain here for several days so we are all drying out and although we have had [...]

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Cosy Toes!

This year has flown by, can you believe it is December already? Have you completed all your Christmas shopping? If [...]

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Alice – horses, walkers, cars, lorries

It has been a sad week as Alice, our black cavapoo, our constant companion for eleven years, has had to [...]

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Winter Neck Warmers!

This week it is about keeping your neck warm with the windy wet weather we seem to be having lately. [...]

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A Trip to Lyon

It is remarkably warm and unremarkably wet here so all sorts of funghi are erupting in our fields. There is [...]

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The Fifth of November

This week is about the hats—something to keep the noggin warm in the colder autumnal days ahead. The perfect kit [...]

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It’s good to be home

It is good to be home at our beautiful Devon farm to take in the big views and stand around [...]

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Warm Hands Cold Heart

Warm Hands Cold Heart or is it Cold Hands Warm Heart? Who knows, but today we will concentrate on warm [...]

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A weekend at Yarndale

Great to be back home after a weekend at Yarndale in Skipton. This show was a bit weird with the [...]

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Winter Scarves

It has been a crazy couple of weeks with shows and still no rest in sight. September is always busy but [...]

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RIP Queen Elizabeth II

This has been the most momentous time with the death of The Queen and the accession of King Charles. I [...]

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Goodbye Jules

Sadly, our oldest alpaca Jules has died. He was 21 and a great character, loved by all who met him. [...]

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It’s Almost Over

Not long to go now folks, the summer holidays are almost over. Peaceful times are ahead, although for us the [...]

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Heatwaves!

The heatwave turned Vulscombe Farm into something of a prairie with the alpacas eating what can only be described as [...]

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Summer Clearance

Wow, what a scorcher! We managed not to melt too much, but preparing for a show was more challenging than [...]

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