First up, we're going back in time to view a couple videos that our dad shot on our first trip to the park that morning. In this first one, we had just discovered that tent with all the cool chickens and roosters and turkeys and gooses and other little guys in it. I ... umm ... I must admit, I hadn't quite found my Zim Zone of Calm quite yet. What can I say? I am a Siberian! Here you go:
Ammy was calmer than I was. (Ammy here. It's because Daddy had the camera going and I was trying to avoid it.) Oh, yeah. And I'm wearing a blue leash and Am's is green, in case you need a decoder!
I settled in a bit better after that, and we headed over to the cow and horse area. Here's another of Dad's vids:
Is it just me, or is Ammy looking at those cows a whole lot differently than I am!?!? I think they'd make cool friends! You know, have them over for dinner or something. Ammy looks like she like to have them for dinner. If you know what I mean. ("Oh, no, Zimmie. Not me. Hee hee hee.") Yeah. Right. Moving right along ...
Did you see the horses in the video? Here's another pic Dad took of me with them:
Mom could tell from looking at that one that I wanted to go back and see them! And so - we did! Without further ado, here are the shots some of you have been waiting for! My horse friends!
These guys were enjoying to bright sunshine:
He really liked me. We spent some quality nose-to-nose time. Here's another shot of my horse friends:
Mom liked that one guy's freckles. She has a thing for spots!
And here's my very favorite picture of the bunch -- me and some cowboys!!!
I hope you enjoyed my and Am's trip(s) to the Riley County Fair and Kaw Valley Rodeo! Tomorrow, we'll resume our normal programming.