I had a good look around when we got there:
I didn't see anyone, but my nose was on fire! Oh, not literally - I could tell we had some special visitors in our park and I tracked them down! Let's cut to the chase - Dave's not the only one who got up close and personal with a pig lately. Check it out:
|"Wowzas! It's PIGGIES!"|
There were brown piggies and black piggies and black & white piggies and pink piggies! Not like Dave's friend Pink Pig - like this:
|You never know who you're going to see walking around CiCo Park!|
How cool is that?!?
I think that piggie might have been my favorite. Mom's too. And she liked us, as well. Check her out:
Isn't she beautiful? Check out those eyelashes! And I think she was smiling at me! Anyway ...
A few of the piggies took nice, cool showers:
I'll bet that felt good; it was a toasty day. They had big fans for them, too. Nice that they took extra measures to keep the piggies cool. Oh. Yeah, and the bipeds, too.
I had to take a look around in this one out-building -
I always used to check in there for pigeons with my sister Ammy. I need to fill Cam-a-roo in on that tradition!
I saw these little Daschies coming my way:
I wanted to meet them, but had to settle for meeting their mom. Good enough!
Apparently, piggies don't get to ride shotgun in a cool sports car when they go for a ride, like I do. They ride in these:
Those look pretty cool, too. Some of them were even air-conditioned. Nice!
The bipeds drove those piggie-mobiles over closer to the buildings, set up ramps, then led the piggies in.
|"Oh, to roll around in there for a while!"|
Mom and I stood back a bit, to give the piggies and their peeps plenty of maneuver room, then watched them get loaded in. (I was on-lead, of course, but the piggies weren't. Apparently, there aren't leash laws for piggies here in the Little Apple. Besides, we didn't want to tempt any pig!)
Here are a couple piggies getting into one of the air-conditioned piggie-mobiles:
That lady in the pink top was having a good time! Her piggie wasn't listening to her very well and the guy in the orange helped her out. Mom wondered if it was a Siberian piggie. I have no idea what she meant by that!
Here come a bunch more, ready to head home:
You can see some of the cooling fans they used there.
Here are a couple collages of the piggies getting ready to get in their piggie-mobiles and head home. The guy and his pig in the first one were totally cool.
Seriously. The piggie was strutting. Talk about confidence!
This collage is my favorite:
I think that guy in the striped polo shirt is mighty lucky to have that girl smile at him like that!
Anyway, it was an awesome way to spend a little bit of the afternoon! I hope you all enjoyed coming with me!