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Open Daily -11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.     

THE ALPACA FARM STORE

                  

FARM TOURS -  2:00 P.M.  (Fri.Sat.Sun)

(If you have a group of 10 or more, call us and we will try to accommodate your schedule and give you 10% off!)

BY RESERVATION ONLY:

Call: 360-265-2122 or 360-286-9999

$10.00 per person, $5.00 - children under 12

          Minimum CHARGE:  ($30.00)

 Store Hours:  If you don't see us at the barn or farm store, just call us.  We may be working on the farm or we may even be helping birth baby alpacas!  We have babies every summer.  We will be happy to open the store for you and answer any questions you have about alpacas, llamas, guard animals and more.

    We offer a great selection of unique products like Farm Animal Marionettes, Alpaca Clothing, Alpaca and Llama Toys, Alpaca Coloring and children's Books, Handmade Jewelry, Alpaca Yarns, Roving, & Raw Alpaca Fibers.

Marionettes.... more
Each of these String Puppets has an airplane-type control which, when rocked side-to-side like an airplane dipping it's wings, causes the puppet to walk or dance. These are available in three styles: Large (approximately 38 inches from the control to the bottom of the puppet's feet), Baby (approximately 12 inches from the control to feet).

Alpaca Yarn.... more
Alpaca fiber is hypo-allergenic. That means that people with wool sensitivities can wear it. Alpaca is a hollow core fiber so it is 8 times warmer than wool.  It keeps you warmer when you need to be warm, but breathes when you need to be cool.

Alpaca fiber, being one of the finest fibers in the world, can be as fine as cashmere. Our alpaca felted hats and coats even shed water.  We have a wide range of alpaca yarn products to satisfy every fiber artist, including raw fiber, roving, batting and very soft yarn spun from our alpacas, in many colors.

Sawdust Hill Alpaca Farm is a 15-acre working farm with alpacas, llamas, miniature llamas, chickens, guard dogs and 2 cats.   Come pet the alpacas, pet "Stella", the Great Pyrenees guard dog, meet "Too Sweet Not to Kiss" and "Inkatu", the guard llamas, and shop in the farm store for alpaca yarns, fiber and roving, clothing, toys, gifts and jewelry. 

        Enjoy a beautiful day in the country with our wonderful animals.  They are our adopted children who are short, hairy, walk on all fours and don't speak clearly.  And,  keep in mind that they are better than having children because they:

1)  eat less:

2) don't ask for money all of the time;

3)  are easier to train, (most of the time);

4) normally come when called, (most of the time)

5)  never ask to drive the car;

6) don't hang out with drug-using people;

7) don't smoke or drink;

8) don't want to wear your clothes;

9) you don't have to buy them the latest fashions;

10) you don't need a gazillion dollars for college, and

11) if they get pregnant, you can sell their children.

        We are located approximately 4 miles North of the delightful Scandinavian town of Poulsbo, Washington, 5 miles South of Kingston, Washington, and just a few short miles from the Hood Canal Bridge, the "Gateway to the Olympic Peninsula". 

DIRECTIONS:

From Poulsbo, travel 4 miles on Bond Road towards Kingston, turn right on Minder Road, right on Port Gamble Road and we are the next driveway on your left. 

From Kingston, take Bond Road towards Poulsbo, approximately 5 miles, turn left on Minder Road, Left on Port Gamble Road and we are the next driveway on your left.

 

 


 
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