Saturday, December 10, 2016

Christmas open house at Red Star Veterinary

Tis the Season to be Jolly....Fa..La..La..La..Laaaaaa..La..La..La..Laaaa

We had a great time at the Red Star Veterinary open house
with all the animals, singing of carols, hot beverages and cookies
along with friends and fellowship.

   It was soooo cold.  I got above two pics. with my camera and 
it wouldn't take any more.  The cold zapped my battery :(

Thank goodness for my phone.  I got several before it started to 
act up also.

Short video above of sheep.
 Eight month old Hereford calf above.
 A Couple of Dr. Trish's horses.  He is a huge guy, along with his
companion a mini horse...who can literally walk under his belly.
 Some mini goats above.
 another mini horse dressed in the Spirit of the Season
 another of Dr. Trish's....a mule.
 some fancy chickens.
 even a crafty activity.
By the end of the evening the girls sheep were done.
They had enough....they all laid down with their backs 
to the visitors.
My guess is that it  was late in the evening (8-9pm) and we
were interfering with their internal clock and they 
wanted to sleep.
I believe this ends our flurry of activities for this
year of 2016.
May you and yours have a Wonderful Christmas.
Blessed with the meaning of the Season.
The BEST of the New year to come.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


Thursday, December 8, 2016

Red Star Veterinary Christmas open house...

We have been asked to participate in our Veterinary's Christmas open house on 
Friday, December 9, 2016 from 5 ~ 9pm.

We will be part of the live animal display at 
This is our first year participating and I am sure it will be fun.
The above pic. shows some ideas we have for costumes 
for the four spoiled little girls sheep that will be going with us.

Tried the red sweater on Marni and just had to laugh.  Marni is a small
white shetland.  We cut two holes in the hood for her ears and 
you couldn't help but laugh.  She was simply adorable.

Hope to see you there...dress warm as it will be cold out
and hope that the sheep tolerate the costumes for four hours.