OK! So, I had a nice long drink and a short nap in the air conditioning, then Mom and I headed back to the park! I was the only Sibe who got to go, as Mom wanted to take some nice shots of the animals with her good camera and didn't want anypup disturbing the animals. I was just the Sibe for the job! Once I'm in my Zim Zone, I can calm anyone!
We went back to that tent area first, where all the smaller animals were. There was a lot going on with the chickens and roosters and gooses and such, so we didn't get any photos. I think they were having some sort of modeling contest or something. I did get to look in on the little goats and saw this rather adorable one:
Over where Ammy and I saw those guys taking their cows for a walk, I saw these little bipeds:
Mom said it's a wash station. I think it's some sort of torture chamber myself - all those hoses, the water, some suds ... horrible! You decide which you think it is.
This guy (or gal) got to be carried by his (or her) little biped.
I heard her say she didn't want her little sheep to get dirty. That's awfully sweet, isn't it?
Moving right along, I came upon some cows! And they were brown! It was my big chance!
They cocked their heads at me and came over to the fence! (I knew Ammy wouldn't lead me astray!)
"Nice vibe, little Sibe!"
They were some really nice cows who seemed to like my zen-like demeanor. I hung out and visited for a good while. I bid them a good morning after a bit, then we went to check out more goings-on!
We saw a bunch of goats kidding around:
Ha roo roo roo. "Kidding around." Get it? Ammy told me that one. (There were goats on the farm where she was born, so she knows goat stuff!)
I also saw this guy, standing all alone. Like he was in solitary or something.
"Hey. What are you in for, buddy?"
I get real schmoopy when I see animals alone. I hung out with him until a cowboy came over and brought him some breakfast. He smiled at me and said I was "a fine-looking dog." I thought that was cool - 'cuz cowboys are cool!
That's all I've got for you today - but there's more to come! Stay tuned!