Visiting Chayil the Camel at Home..

Hello all!

Last week we went to visit Chayil the camel and a new baby goat at the Davidson’s property in Sanger, TX. Pam had been asked a few times where Chayil was staying, so we decided to show you! Here’s a video and some photos of Chayil, Jack (the donkey) and all their goat friends (including the precious new addition, Gracie). Enjoy, and thank God for ALL of His wonderful creatures of the earth!

Blessings,

Tracey

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8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Helen G on January 20, 2015 at 9:48 pm

    Thanks for the pics and video, I wondered what was happening with the camel….he’s so big now! Thanks….love the goats toooooooooo!

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  2. Very cool!

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  3. Posted by Louise Cheney on January 20, 2015 at 11:08 pm

    Fabulous Tracey Thank you

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  4. Posted by Dakota on January 20, 2015 at 11:12 pm

    Thank you for the video The camel is so big now !! ! Loved the donkey ! Loved the baby goat !! Precious !!

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  5. Notice how the donkey was not about to be upstaged by the camel? Very funny!
    So Pam, am I trippin’ or did we used to have some llama’s at one time? The only reason I ask is b/c my garden group here in Garland brought me up to speed on Llama pellets (and rabbit pellets) as “cold compost” for amending the winter beds in preparation for spring planting! Something I could have gone my whole entire life and never known about. Anyway, we have a llama farm hook up & they’ve been going out & shoveling bags of llama pellets (adds really good nitrogen to the soil) and we added about 20 bags, so far, to our community garden here, and now they’re taking orders for our personal gardens. I have an extra bag if you would care for one for your GOZ or personal garden!
    Never, ever thought I’ld be distributing Llama pellets. Wow, this Jubilee Year is already getting fertile! Another note of interest (perhaps); Did you know that llamas, unlike cows or horses, all poop in the same pile! Really smart, clean animals! Not the kind of stuff I ever thought I’ld be getting educated on…my bet is you’re already in the know!
    Happy Composting!

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  6. Posted by James on January 21, 2015 at 1:30 am

    Thanks so much Tracey, We so appreciate your gift of keeping us updated in such a beautiful way.

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  7. Posted by Kathy Jordan on January 22, 2015 at 12:58 am

    So cute!!

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  8. Posted by Maria Wennberg on January 23, 2015 at 4:53 pm

    Oh my, what a delight to see these very precious animals, so loving on us humans. It is so good to receive your update along with these marvelous photos; the new goat is the best. To see them interact with you Pam is beautiful, they know when they are loved.
    Thank you for showing them off to their “extended” family. FAmily photos, I love it. Maria

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