Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Fair Pics

 This big ole steer is a Watusi from Africa I believe.  If stretched out he horns were 8'.  A really big guy.  Calm and quiet.

A miniature horse and her baby that was just a few days old when the fair started.  Both of these critters were in the petting part of the fair.  Kids (and adults) were loving the variety of animals they had this year.  Of course chickens, goats, bunnies and Pot Bellied pigs.  There was a Zebu too.  Looked like a Brahma but wasn't.  He was big too.

Sage came up and wanted me to come get her today.  I petted and hugged on her.  I love it when she does that.

We sold the tractor that Bob did not use, the old manure spreader and the rabbits today.  We needed the money for taxes.  Actually we sold the tractor the other day but today he came and paid for it.  Steve came out and started the horse shelter so we have a place for Marilyn's horses to get out of the weather this winter and he almost got my chicken house built for my banty chickens that Shannon raised for me.  Bob will finish it.  Can't wait to get them home.  We need some big laying hens too.  We have the market for the eggs and our hens are getting old and don't lay as much.

Tomorrow I am going to a quilting get together with my friend Vicki.  I know they are all more experienced than me but I will do the best I can.  Then tomorrow evening is our Mustang Club meeting.  Love getting together with that group. 

My baby kitties are getting bigger.  They think I am their mother.  They hear me talk or go into that room and they start crying. 


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