My new little piglet friends...so squirmy and squeaky!
I had the privilege of hanging with the "Scone Ladies." You know the ones... the girls that have been making the scones for what seems like forever - actually many of them have been there for three decades. Doris showed me how to knead the dough, cut the scones, and of course, put on the butter and jam. I ate about seven. Delish.
Getting my apron on ... ready to bake!
Don't for a second think that the pigs were the only ones that got some air-time that morning. The goats also got in on the action. I learned how to milk a goat. That's right...milk a goat. It's the first, AND LAST, time I will ever do that. I had to wipe the goat's udder with baby wipes, squeeze the udder with my index finger and thumb, and get milking. It felt like a water balloon....el disgusto. I actually just felt bad for the goat. So I made sure to give it some love after the whole ordeal was over.
I know what you're thinking ... and yes, I DID kiss it!
Look at what a good 'poser' this goat is
This goat is trying to get the heck outta there ... I think she's scared that I might try and milk her.
The Fair details:
1. Happening until September 26th
3. SUPER FUN!