Also they like to stop for a snack along the way as they find all types of yummy things that are not in their paddock. They also like to take in the view. Here is Campo having a good look.
The wild flowers are fabulous at this time of year and I tried to photograph a few. Sorry if some of them are a little out of focus but I was taking the shots one handed, whilst holding a llama in the other!
Campo thought that he was helping nature by doing the odd bit of pruning!
I think that he would have been quite happy to continue with his pruning along the lane if it was not for the fact that his best mate Chiclayo was not waiting for him.
We finally caught up but not before Campo became spooked at crossing a puddle. They really seem to dislike crossing water, even when it is just a puddle.
All four of us came home feeling nice and relaxed after such a great walk.
And were greeted by the little calves in the neighbouring field who are just as curious as the llamas.
While we were out enjoying our walk, the farming fraternity were full steam ahead with cutting the grass before the rain that is forecast for later in the week. There is such a fabulous scent in the air when the cutting is taking place, I wish that I could bottle May's scent for use the rest of the year.
It was a great way to start the morning and yes, it is a truly wonderful day. I hope that you are all having a wonderful day........
À Bientôt xxxx