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interpersonal union Anniversary Gift Baskets of a couple from the journey of
existence by starting up a conjugal life. They help remind them how new the
relationship is that if it offers only been quite a while ever since the
wedding day. It reaffirms the like and responsibility in the couple to each
other which includes stood the test time when the relationship anniversary is
quite a few years because of the big day. Furthermore, these sorts of
situations need activities that are similar to wedding celebrations, otherwise
better. Having a wedding is not difficult, but keeping wedded is tough. The
gift items presented on matrimony wedding anniversaries need to remember this
rather than be described as an everyday matter. Plenty of thought and care
ought to be undertaken while selecting an anniversary gift basket.
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for a wedding anniversary gift idea.
The wedding present basket might be filled with
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of wine and lots of other items. An alternate way to make a wedding basket
alone is to find volume sweets from your store and fill the basket. The option
of basket needs to be a bit distinct also. A child might be content with a
backpack loaded with candies instead of an ordinary basket plus a lady will get
yet another aesthetic or ladies’ handbag beneficial. A masculine will
appreciate a traveling handbag.
Mass candy is available from shops or may be
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Lisa is a full Bolivian Elvis Tellvis daughter. In 2004, Lisa had a beautiful fawn girl out of Tell Cassius. She was rebred to Cassius and had a white boy this year. Both offspring are fantastic with amazing coverage, locks and lustre. Lisa has been rebred to our outstanding white male, Peruvian Fabio, for an August 2006 cria.
Sumaq Valley’s Primrose
Primrose is a light beige and has a very fine fleece (see histogram). Primrose is out of our finest fleeced female suri who also has great conformation and coverage, even at 6 years of age. Primorse had an awesome dark brown Redwing boy, Sumaq Valley’s Chaos, September 2004. She has been rebred to Peruvian Agosto for an August 2005 cria.
Sumaq Valley’s Lucky Charm
Lucky has perfect conformation and exceptional coverage. His fleece is lustrous and soft with amazing staple length. His 2003 histogram was AFD 19.3, SD 3.0, CV 15.4, 0.4>30. Lucky has ALL colour in his background so we’re hoping he throws colour when bred to colour. We took Lucky to two shows in 2003 and he did great! At Alpacafest (2003) he placed 3rd in a huge class of 20 of the best males in Canada. His fleece weight was a remarkable 4.1lbs, blanket only! At the Chilliwack Exhibition (2003), he placed 1st in his class. Lucky placed 2nd out of 15 in conformation at Alpacafest 2004 in Red Deer and got 1st in his class for the second year in a row at the 2004 Cilliwack Exhibition. Lucky also had the highest fleece score in the show at 84.5. And besides all this, Lucky also has a nice disposition.
Price: $3000 – Half Interest
Sumaq Valley’s Deeva
Deeva is a full sister to our amazing Deelight. She has extreme staple length and is so cute! Deeva placed 3rd behind Nutrageous at Alpacafest 2005, 2nd behind Nutrageous at the Chilliwack Exhibition (where she also won Reserve Best of Age and Reserve Champion), but then 1st, beating Nutrageous, at the 2005 Interior Provincial Exhibition in Armstrong! Deeva has been bred to our full Bolivian black male, Blackaholic, for an April 2007 cria.
Sumaq Valley’s Deelilah
We had to think long and hard about selling this female! This is the first cria out of Sumaq Valley’s Deelight. Deelight has won Grand Champion 4 times (including in 2005 at 3 years of age) in fleece shows as well as Judge’s Choice Fleece in 2004, Reserve Grand Champion Female twice in 2004 , and numerous other 1st place wins! She has incredible fibre especially for a coloured animal. The character and density are amazing so we couldn’t wait to see what she would produce for us! We bred Deelight to NGG Lional, a Bueno son. Deelilah has perfect conformation like her mom and Lional and a fleece that should be very competitive in the ring. UPDATE: Deelilah has done very well in the showring already this year. At Pacific Coast, she won her class, won Grand Champion Coloured Female and then Reserve Champion Female! At the 2006 CNASF, Deelilah was 3rd.
Sumaq Valley’s Lil’ Thunder
Joe Curgus and Danni Hartnett of Tir Na Nog Alpacas and Woolens
Lil’ Thunder is a well put together young female. Her colour is very consistent for a fawn and she has good coverage. Lil’ Thunder’s fleece is soft and uniform with crimp extending up her neck and down her legs. At Alpacafest 2004, Lil’ Thunder placed 4th in a class of 12 fawns and 2nd at the 2004 Chilliwack Exhibition. She has been bred to Peruvian Peralta (Sire of Deelight, Lucky Charm, and Bliss) for a July 2005 cria.
Sumaq Valley’s Butternut
ARI / CLAA Registration
Dawn & Craig Rogers of Sweet Dreams Alpaca Ranch
Butternut is out of Pistachio, son of the legendary El Moustachio. Her mom, Amulet is a dark brown Peruvian Cherokee daughter with an extremely fine fleece. Amulet is passing her fine fleece onto her cria. Butternut has nice conformation and good character to her fleece.
Under $ 5,000 CAD
Sumaq Valley’s Mojito
Mo is a very straight, tall looking suri with fantastic lock definition, His dam, Mikhaela, is also the dam of our Supreme Champion (CNASF 2004) female, SVA Fabio’s Sunbeam. Mo has a great disposition and we look forwad to showing him at the Futurity this year. We would like to retain a couple breedings to Mo once sold. UPDATE: Mo was 1st in the only class of suris at the 2006 CNASF!
Sumaq Valley’s Elixir
Elixir is a fantastic, dark coloured male with excellent fibre and excellent conformation. Elixir is out of one of our favourite males, Peruvian Peralta. Peralta is a dark brown and was only 17 microns at 3 years of age. He has produced ribbon winning offspring in every colour including grey, white, and black! Examples of other Peralta offspring, such as Sumaq Valley’s Deelight, Sumaq Valley’s Deeva, Sumaq Valley’s Heatwave, and Sumaq Valley’s Deelirious, can be seen on our website. Sumaq Valley’s Lucky Charm is also a Peralta offspring as is listed on our AN site as well. Elixir is out of a true black female, E’clipse. E’clipse is a typey little female with awesome coverage! She is one of our favourites and has a couple 2nd place ribbons to her credit. We think Elixir is going to be an awesome male. His fibre has looked good since the day he was born. It has a nice deep crimp, it is consistent through the blanket, hip and neck, and it is incredibly soft! We would like to retain 5 breedings to him however, should he sell. UPDATE: Elixer has two 3rd places to his credit this year already! Elixir was 3rd in a class of 10 at the Pacific Coast Show and 3rd in a huge class at the 2006 CNASF!
Sumaq Valley’s Hazelnut
Joe Curgus and Danni Hartnett of Tir Na Nog Alpacas and Woolens
Hazelnut’s mom is probably one of the nicest fawns in Canada with an amazing histogram at 7 yrs of age: AFD 21.9, SD 3.6, CV 16.6, %>30 2.0. We were hoping that Pistachio would throw the colour of the dam, but we’re not too disappointed. Hazelnut is a beautiful little cria with a super soft fleece. Hazelnut has been bred to Sweet William for a September 2005 cria.
SVA Fabio’s Arsenal
Karl & Ann Secord
Arsenal is our first male out of Fabio and therefore, we are only offering half interest in Arsenal at this time.. His mom Mirage had a 19 micron at 2 years of age and has exceptional character. Arsenal has an amazing presence like his dad along with coverage, fineness and density. We look forward to showing him next summer.
Under $ 1,000 CAD
Spitfire is a cute little guy out of an appaloosa female. Oriana is a medium fawn with darker fawn spots everywhere! She has a deep bold crimp and is a nice looking female with good conformation. Spitfire’s sire is a very fine, 1/2 Peruvian grey male with a 19 micron at 2 years of age. Spitfire is very fine and soft, but not very dense. He would make a good pet of companion animal as he has a nice disposition.
Amakha is a conformationally sound female out of High Plains Amadeus. She is dark brown has good character and GREAT density. She made the top half at the 2005 CNASF, was 1st at the 2005 Pacific Coast Show in Nanaimo, and was 2nd in conformation at Alpacafest 2005! Amakha also placed 3rd at the 2005 Chilliwack Exhibition and 3rd at the Interior Provincial Exhibition in BC a month later! She is a nice big female with a friendly disposition and is being bred to NGG Lional for an August 2006 cria.
This male has a spectacular fleece! The crimp is amazing and consistent, not just through his blanket, but right up his neck, in the hip, and down his legs. D’ante is a Coyo Destini / RFA D’arcy grandson / son with superior conformation and fleece. RFA D’arcy is a Grand Champion and also had the Supreme Champion Fleece at Alpacafest 2003. D’arcy has a spectacular fleece and so does D’ante with fineness, extreme crimp, and density. D’ante’s dam is RFA Crystal Star, an Ivano daughter. She did well for us in the show ring: Reserve Best of Age at Alpacafest 2003, Reserve Grand Champion Female at Alpacafest 2003, and 4th (in a class of 16) at the 2003 CNASF. She is a very friendly girl with a gentle disposition (even when bred) and passes this on to her offspring. We would like to retain 5 breeding to him once sold as we are confident he would be an asset to our breeding program in the future.
Jewel is a full Peruvian Viracocha daughter. Jewel placed 6th out of 16 at the 2003 Canadian National Alpaca Futurity against some of the best juvenile females in Canada. At Alpacafest 2003 Jewel placed 1st in her class of 13. Jewel has good proportions and a nice fine fleece. Jewel will be sold bred to Peruvian Pistachio for a July 2004 cria.
We were surprised when Caramel was born. Caramel is out of two black parents! Her sire, Chocolate Overload, is a full Bolivian, true black male. Chocolate is a nice looking male with good bone and good coverage. Caramel’s dam is a PCA Palomino (Camilio son) daughter, Kelowna’s Lady Aberdeen. Abby is a solid bay black female and is a fantastic mom. We never have to worry about her losing weight with cria at side! Caramel has very good density and leg coverage and if we were to keep her we’d probably breed her back to black. Caramel will be weaned in January, 2006
Firestorm’s sire is a solid true black and his dam is a solid bay black. Strider has great fleece characteristics, coverage, and conformation. Abby’s fleece has a nice, soft handle for a black and conformationally she is sound. Firestorm’s fleece is fantastic. In a class of 10 blacks, Firestorm placed 3rd at the 2004 International A.L.P.A.C.A. Odyssey in Edmonton. So far, Firestorm seems to have inherited Strider’s crimpy fleece and Abby’s soft fleece. We are confident that Firestorm will be a quality bay black male. Fogg is a nice looking young male out of Captain Nemo and our 2 time Reserve Champion female RFA Crystal Star. He has nice bone, compact frame, and good coverage with an excellent first year histogram. At the 2005 Chilliwack Exhibition Fogg was 1st in his class and won Best of Age.