Adirondack Farm Features Treks With Llamas and Other Animals
Turns out there are options if you'd like to take a trek with Llamas in New York. The Moose River Farm located outside of Old Forge not only offers a hike with Llamas, but you can join a host of creatures big and small for a stroll along the Moose River too.
Anne T. Phinney is a retired school teacher, author, and along with husband, Rod co-habitants with Llamas, horses, dogs, goats, donkeys, llamas, geese, chickens, ducks, tortoises, and even a pot belly pig on the farm. Moose River features trekking, farm tours, and Equi-Reflection sessions with the animals including a group walk with many of them participating. Judging from the video at the top, the animals may enjoy the walks as much as the people going along.
Anne's two books chronicle her moving to the farm, and what she learned from interaction with the animals and how it related in the classroom. Learn more about her books and trekking with Llamas and the animals at Moose River Farm.com
Moose River is about to grow by one, Bluff the Llama is expecting a baby soon. Bluff spends the days with the other animals but at night has a special place in the garage at night with a camera to keep an eye on her birth. You can follow the birth with a live feed in the evening from 5 p.m. to 11 a.m. each day.