We visited some friends at their farm today. Ali got to see many things…
Including being shocked that “fishing” didn’t at all mean what she thought it meant:
It was a bit of a jolt, but fascinating nonetheless…
She enjoyed climbing all of the different fences to see the animals…
Including the Llamas digging deeply into each other’s personal space…
And the cows practicing for an AT&T Mobility commercial…
Of course, the approach of the Llamas took away all of the allure of climbing the fence, but she was willing to watch MOMMY pet the Llama…
And then she got to go for a ride in the nicest “go-cart” ever, fully enclosed and air conditioned:
In her journeys with Daddy, she experienced the vast amounts of cows,
(Apparently also wanting in on that “More Bars in More Places” campaign):
And SUPPOSEDLY, she actually petted a Llama, but there was a suspicious lack of proof of her sudden increased braveness with Daddy over Mommy.
At any rate, the farm was beautiful, with all sorts of gorgeous creatures,
And especially talented in it’s creative output, as Chris left with these:
If only there were more SEC Championship Ticket Producing Cows in the world. . .
13 thoughts on “Farm Production, Southern Style.”
Looks like fun. Those are some talented cows. Football fans around the world want to know how to get to that farm!
an award for YOU-
What farm did you go to? jw.
The pictures are beautiful!
Wow cool farm, I even know some UF fans who want those SEC Championship ticket producing cows, don't tell any of my co-workers but I am pulling for Alabama.
I'm going to sound incredibly ignorant, but AL is much more lovely than I ever imagined. I've never been and the image I created in my head is less than beautiful. Thanks for setting me straight!
Your llama petting looks more like llama pushing away!
Great pics of her at the farm and thanks a million for getting our next adventure all in order. Ya'll are the best.
I think Ali noticed the heart on the little calf. How cute!
That looks like a pretty big farm! I love the donkey advertisers. :)
We didn't even notice the upside down heart until you said so! You're probably right – she totally would have picked up on that.
maybe next year, hogs, maybe next year. . .
That's the coolest golf cart I've ever seen!
The Llama's reminded me of your last Llama story…have you tried to talk to Ali again about her real first name?