PreSchool Visits the Barnyard

March 25, 2015

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The Preschool Classes from my “real job” came out for a farm visit the other day!

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First stop was the chickens and goats.

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The baby chicks were a huge hit!

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Then we stopped to say “hi” to Clarence and he said hi back to us! On command - each time. If you want to know how Clarence says hi check out the video on the bottom of this other post.(Click through.)

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Monkey’s baby was only a few days old. 6 days I think. So she was our next stop.

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The “Bull Cows” as I heard many of the kids refer to them were a main attraction! Tooth Fairy came over each time to say hi, get some pets and a few treats.

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He was a total gentleman the whole time and let everyone pet his face and touch his nose and his horns! Not bad for a brahma bull! And yes, he bucks, to see pictures of him bucking at the Cowley Rodeo click here.

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There were a few mares that were more than happy to take the spot light and any attention that could come their way!

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The grand finale was of course a good ol’ puppy loving time!

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This little gal picked up Hank and just really loved him up! She quietly carried him around the entire time. He was happy too!

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And if you have ever been to my house, you know the cats don’t stay out of anything! But that is OK. They were the high light of at least one little boy’s visit!

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There were lots of kisses going around! Slim is getting kisses here!

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Lots and lots of kisses! And Loper is giving kisses there!

Thank you Preschool for visiting the barnyard! And thank you for stopping by too! Come back soon! What is your favorite thing to see at the barnyard? (** like what should my next blog post be about?**) Comment below!

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