While in New York, my mom had fun on her uncle's farm at her grandparents' house. They raise cows, pigs, and turkeys for meat and they have chickens for eggs. Let's go ahead and meet the animals!
This is Junior. I don't remember what the animal is called, but I know the sound they make so I call them moo-ers. Anyway, Junior is a scaredy moo-er and only let my mom touch him once, but my mom still says he was very watchful and interested in humans.
Here's a closer look at the guy.
And another close look.
This is McCartney, the other moo-er. He was also attracted to my mom, especially when she fed him forkfuls of hay and grains.
He's got a big snooter like me! (MOM, STOP TYPING FOR ME, I DO NOT HAVE A BIG NOSE!)
McCartney and Junior are buddies.
Here are the baby pigs, Bert and Ernie. I was a bit confused when my mom told me what kind of
animals they are. I thought a pig was a kind of dog, because my mom calls me a pig sometimes, especially when I'm eating or snoring. I really don't know. My mom liked to go in the pig pen (YUCK!) and let the pigs rub against her legs and nibble at her fingers.
Bert is the pig with more white on his snout.
Here's one of the turkeys. My mom says the turkeys didn't really do much, but she still liked them.
And here are the chickens. (Some of them, anyway.) My mom enjoyed collecting their eggs!
Here's some Junior snooter goofiness for you!
And some more...
Oh, and here's a picture of the barn! Ralphie is the real star of the photo, BOL.
Well, that's all for now! Tomorrow I'll show you a video of my mom's grandpa insane train setup in his basement, and my mom testing out her uncle's drums.
Pee. S. What do you guys think about the new blog design for the howlidays? I had so much fun creating it!