Oh my its Friday again, the weekend is upon us and I haven’t posted about what we did last weekend. I’ve been jibbering about other things and I’ve almost run out of days this week! So I wanted to share the Royal Agricultural Fair in Toronto that the Love Bunny and I went to last Saturday. This is held at the Canadian National Exhibition fairgrounds and has been an annual event for years lasting 2 weeks.
I was disappointed that because we only decided to go on Saturday morning (leaving all dirty breakfast dishes behind) that my camera wasn’t charged enough. Therefore here are just a few pictures I was able to take.
I have never seen such cleaned and cared for cows in my life! They were being trimmed with an electric razor, brushed, an air hose was used to blow away bits of this and that that had settled on their backs or legs, their fur was spritzed to make it shine…and shine they did.
and they did have little chicks. Are they cute like yours Juju?
and this one…
I was even able to photograph this bit of Cow Trivia. Wow it reads the average Canadian cow produces 9,481 kg = 9,481 x 2.2 lbs = A LOT OF MILK!! I wonder how that compares with the average American Cow? hmmmmm….
They were giving out all kinds of food samples and I did purchase a few Christmas gifts for the guys, girls and Madeline too. We watched the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) perform with their horses in the auditorium. The horses seemed to march to the music, heads high or all pointed down together, forming cartwheel designs along with all kinds of other wonderful choriography. They performed song after song perfectly in step with each other, twining amongst each other oh my I don’t know how they even did it. It was really a nice afternoon. I wish I had one cow from Faith’s Cow Parade collection to finish up this post.
Don’t forget to visit everyone participating in Pink Saturday tomorrow hosted by Beverly.
Have a lovely day… Judi