Back to the County Fair

(Calf at the county fair. Photo by Robin. August 2007)

The kittens are settling in (sort of) and even though there are a few (million) other things I could/should be doing, I thought I’d try to finish up our visit to the county fair before the next one rolls around.

From the sheep we moved on to the long-horn cattle, the alpacas and llamas, bunnies, horses, and goats.

(Alpaca. Photo by Robin. August 2007)

This pair of calves were really cute:

(Twins. Photo by Robin. August 2007)

Emma enjoyed petting the bunnies.

(One of the many rabbits at the fair. Photo by Robin. August 2007)

But there’s something you should know about the bunnies at the county fair…

(The Rabbit Habbit. Photo by Robin. August 2007)

They get top billing at the Rabbit Habbit.

(Lunch? Photo by Robin. August 2007)

M had the barbecue bunny sandwich for lunch. We didn’t tell Emma that’s what he was eating.  If you’ve never had it, I can tell you it tastes a lot like pulled pork barbecue.  (Bet you thought I was going to say it tastes like chicken.  Heh.)

I think Emma’s favorites (although it’s hard to tell because she seemed to like most of the animals that weren’t too big) were the goats.  She had no fear at all about getting up close to them as you can (sort of) tell from this photo:

(Emma trying to kiss a goat.  Photo by Robin.  August 2007)

The photo has been blurred to protect the innocent.

The goats were not at all shy about having their photographs taken:

(In your face.  Photo by Robin.  August 2007)

(Dairy goat.  Photo by Robin.  August 2007)

Well, I guess I’ll be dragging this out for a few more days.  The laundry calls and I’d like to finish it up before I go to bed tonight.



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