MONSOON’S LAST CRIA — STORM CLOUD

 

         23 October 2011

            

  HHA Monsoon’s Storm Cloud

 

 HHA Logo
 
 
 

       Monsoon’s Legacy Lives

 
           On In Storm Cloud
 
 

 

 

Huggable Humming Alpacas (HHA) is located in Carroll County in central Maryland.  Our purpose is to foster awareness of these beautiful creatures through involvement in Maryland 4H activities and to propagate their bloodlines through carefully selected breedings. 

 

Lord willing, we will be blessed in 2013 to offer the offspring of our

award winning silver grey herdsire MONSOON for selective breedings. 

 

Monsoon’s legacy lives on through HHA Monsoon’s Storm Cloud

                           

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

VAOBA

For information, please contact: hhalpacas-md@comcast.net

Erika Watkins (Owner/Breeder)

  

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4 Responses to “MONSOON’S LAST CRIA — STORM CLOUD”

  1. Barb Rimbach Says:

    The rendition of Monsoon in your logo is also outstanding … he IS the PERFECT alpaca !

  2. jack3d Says:

    Always loved alpacas – looks kinda like a llama

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