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    Anyone missing a llama?

    Rode Coyote ridge - Blue sky - Indian summer and back this afternoon. In the Rimrock loop area there was a llama hanging out with 3 deer right on the side of the trail. Seemed out of place and kind of funny at the time for some reason. I reached for the camera, but of course forgot it. (Yeah I know useless without pics.)

    Not to brag, but I have the whole week off work and could quickly get used to this riding everyday thing. Currently accepting get rich quick schemes and applications for sugah mammas..............just throwing it out there.

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    This one?
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    Big Hitter, the Lama

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    hmmm.....

    He looked more like the 1st picture. Only less groomed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Da Dook
    He looked more like the 1st picture. Only less groomed...
    That first picture was taken on my first time to DBB talked to a ranger and they said they were trying to find the owner, guess they never did.
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    No way!

    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me!
    That first picture was taken on my first time to DBB talked to a ranger and they said they were trying to find the owner, guess they never did.
    Wonder if it's the same one.???? From memory the one I saw was more of a black color, but I'm not sure if that may change as their hair grows longer or seasons change. The deer seemed to accept him pretty well.

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