I'm not talking about transition metals here. I'm talking about a household of 6. Yes, you heard me correctly. I now live with 5 others...
This is Kristin. She is originally from Vermont, but spent the last year in Alaska with sled dogs and mushers. How cool is that? Cool on two fronts, really. How many people can say they've lived in Alaska and how many people who have lived there can say that they've mushed? Exactly. How cool is that?
This is Danza. She migrated to the central coast from Eureka, California. Danza has already done work for the Natural History Museum and the Zoo. I'm very impressed by that. She showed me some of the work she did for them, and they are fantastic. Below is an example.
Loki is Danza's companion. He is a very sweet, very handsome Pit Bull who can't get enough love. The poor thing quivers with excitement when affection is thrown his way, and in this photo, he blends in extraordinarily well with our carpeting.
And this is Caleb, Danza's lizard. I don't know him very well, yet. We haven't reached the all too important "what kind of bugs do you like to eat" phase of the relationship. I'm sure we'll get there, though.
This one belongs with me. Amico (meaning friend, in Italian) is my very needy and very affectionate cat. How do Loki and Amico get along, you ask? Fortunately, Loki could care less about Amico. This is a VERY good thing. I would say they get along as well as two strangers could get along. They've worked it out.
And finally...this is me. Me loving an Alpaca.