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Shopping-What I Would Wear Llama Trekking

 Last weekend I went Llama Trekking at a North Carolina Winery.  It was so much fun.    Here is a link to that blog post  Divine Llama Vineyard .  I wore my hiking boots, jeans, a lightweight tee, and a light black zip-up jacket.  It was a fine outfit for the event.  I thought if I could go on Amazon and buy an outfit for a day of llama trekking and wine-sipping what would I buy.  Here is what I found... (I am an Amazon Affiliate, if you buy anything using my links I will get a percent of the sale with no added cost to you.  Happy Day!) Women's Quick Dry Hiking Pants Sun Protection Mountain Trousers, Dilgul Women Padded Vest Stand Collar Zip Up Puffer Lightweight Quilted Vest CRZ Yoga Women's Sports Shirt Hiking running Workout Long Sleeve Top Merrell Women's Siren 3 Mid Wp Hiking Boot Outdoor Cap Mountain Dad Hat What would you wear on your hiking tr

Travel NC- Divine Llama Vineyards and Llama Trekking

  I have been talking about visiting  Divine Llama Vineyards  for years.  I knew there were llamas and wine, so it had to be a fun place for a new adventure.  The vineyard is located in East Bend, NC.  This was about a two-hour drive from where I live, so I decided it was close enough for a day trip.  The vineyard was started in 2007. It is Yadkin Valley had they have award-winning wines.  They are situated on 91 acres.   I enjoyed two glasses of Chardonel wine. I had to look up what this was, and this is what I found on Wikipedia. "Chardonel is a late-ripening white wine hybrid grape which can produce a high-quality wine with varietal character. ... It is distinguished by its superior wine quality combined with high productivity and cold hardiness superior to its acclaimed parent Chardonnay." You could see Pilot Mountain from the Vineyard. The Llama's I learned from their website that this is the largest llama farm in the southeast. It was apparent right away that the ll