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Sunrise view from the deck of our Sail Cat in Evaristo, about halfway between our starting point in Loreto and the base in La Paz,
Baja California.  We had several days of windy conditions this year, which kept us from doing some of the things we hoped to do.
We didn't see any humpback whales at all, and catching that migration is one of the main reasons to visit the Sea of Cortez in February.
We did see a blue whale (the largest animal ever to exist on earth) and a group of pilot whales that were very friendly and unafraid. 




Taylor Llamas, located 23 miles north of Bozeman, Montana, has been a landmark of the North American llama phenomenon for more than 30 years. We are Paul and Sally Taylor, and we run the ranch ourselves, producing fine llama breeding stock, finding and importing small groups of exotic Argentine-type llamas and doing basic research into llama reproduction. We have a wealth of llama experience and information and we are happy to offer practical advice about llama breeding and herd management.  Contact us with an e-mail message through the link below or phone at (406)686-4723. Our mailing address is: 14666 Horse Creek Rd, Bozeman, MT  59715



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