Lost Creek Credo

Lost Creek Credo



Lost Creek Credo

Sensitive and beautiful in youth; a photo cannot convey the amazing depths of his being. Unfortunately, a photo also cannot freeze the pre-hormonal Credo. There is a lot of llama beneath the surface ...

Lost Creek Credo

April 2006, age 5 months

Lost Creek Credo

April 2006, age 5 months

Lost Creek Credo

Sept 2006, age 10 months

Lost Creek Credo

Grand Champion Classic Male last weekend at the Spokane Interstate Fair; First Place Adult Classic Male this week at OFFF but not the Champion ... probably his fault for being too squirmy. The background where the photos were being taken this year was not to my liking (too "busy"), but not much I could do about that.

Lost Creek Credo

Sire of Megan 's 2012 baby , and maternal half-brother to Ceilidh . Credo was initially more hormonal than I care to deal with (although certainly not among the worst), but he's quickly mellowed with a little more maturity (quicker than most, actually). I am definitely pleased that Credo is vastly more manageable than his own sire, Sky Rocket.

Lost Creek Credo

Sire of Megan 's 2012 baby , and maternal half-brother to Ceilidh . Credo was initially more hormonal than I care to deal with (although certainly not among the worst), but he's quickly mellowed with a little more maturity (quicker than most, actually). I am definitely pleased that Credo is vastly more manageable than his own sire, Sky Rocket.

Lost Creek Credo

Sire of Megan 's 2012 baby , and maternal half-brother to Ceilidh . Credo was initially more hormonal than I care to deal with (although certainly not among the worst), but he's quickly mellowed with a little more maturity (quicker than most, actually). I am definitely pleased that Credo is vastly more manageable than his own sire, Sky Rocket. Credo was combed out a couple of weeks or so ago, but still has plenty of undercoat left to shed this early in the year.

Lost Creek Credo

Sire of Megan 's 2012 baby , and maternal half-brother to Ceilidh . Credo was initially more hormonal than I care to deal with (although certainly not among the worst), but he's quickly mellowed with a little more maturity (quicker than most, actually). I am definitely pleased that Credo is vastly more manageable than his own sire, Sky Rocket.