As a career for his life, Glenn was a CT Scanner for 25 years, servicing Regional (Monument) Hospital and racing sled dogs on the side for an additional 12 years. Glenn had also served in the US Marines for 4 years.
Debbie had chosen to go into the medical field for her career path as well - being a registered CNA for 17 years also servicing Regional (Monument) Hospital and Black Hills Surgical Hospital. Debbie had also raised Weimaraners and German shorthairs for an additional 12 years.
In 2015 we had traveled to Black Forest, Colorado to bring home our first herd of alpacas, which had consisted of 19 total: 15 of those being pregnant.
On ____ ____, 2015 we welcomed our very first cria (baby alpaca), right alongside her mother Gem. The newest addition to our farm was named Ruby, a beautiful red babygirl.
In the early morning of June 20, 2016 our home had tragically burned down. Luckily, Chad (Glenn’s son) was able to wake everyone up in time to evacuate: as in just a matter of minutes the house was engulfed in flames.
From June 2016 to November 2017, taking the place of our house we had lost, the anticipation for our new home was growing. Fully customized to fit our wants, needs and desires.
Our store was approved by Pennington County on October 21st, 2018.
In our store, we proudly host a collection of socks, hats, scarves, leggings, plushies, pens, keychains and more made from alpaca fleece. We even have yarn available for purchase made from our own herd!