Before noon on Friday, Wee One and I took off for the free fair.
It was drizzling off and on with the occasional steady rains.
I could not tell Wee One, “no we werent going.”
Despite his bad behavior all week and the damn rain, Wee One had been looking forward to going to the local fair. So had I….
We’d been planning our trip for weeks. I was not going to let the rain stop us.
Wednesday afternoon he missed out on a trip to McDonalds because of his brattiness, I was not going to punish us both by not going to the fair.
We were suprised at all the people and the school classes that were already there.
After we wandered around a bit, we ran into some friends who had their steers, goats and sheep there. They informed us it was a very free day.
All of the rides were free!
Our new friend, Willie the Llama.
Butterscotch, the pretty filly.
Wee One was being cautious and stayed behind the fence like I asked. I had no idea if she was a kicker, I do not think so but one never knows with a strange horse.
Our horse, Scooter is not a kicker but I still keep teaching Wee One to keep clear of the ‘kicking zone’.
This photo is for desperatehorsewife .
I told Wee One to stand next to this sheep for a picture, her muzzle came off, and she gave Wee One a nibble just as I snapped the photo.
Wee loved it!
Wee One loves cattle.
He’d have spent all day in the cattle barns if there werent rides to go on.
Not me, I like them only if they are served on a plate or at the other end of my pay-check.
Now the horse barns I could spend all day, every single day of my life in.
Jump Jump Jump….more jumping.
Wee One always finds a pretty girl to flirt with no matter where we go.
Wee One’s favorite thing is to sing the theme song “Bad Boys, Bad Boys whatcha gonna do when they come for you” off of COPS. He likes to watch it on Saturday nights…in fact, he watched it last night.
I felt sorry for the deputy who was driving this car.
He was running the one-man fingerprinting/child ID booth for children. The deputy was filling out those preparation ID kits incase of a missing child or a disaster.
The poor guy had a line a mile long. He was looking kinda tired when we left the buildings.
Anyhow, Wee One just had to have his photo taken with the new county cars. They are Chargers. My boys and hubs love these new cars…..in fact, they are trying to get me to trade my car off for one of these. I am not too sure about that.