This may seem like an overload of pictures, but I had my camera set on sports mode today to catch the animals in motion, and we took 465 pictures. I narrowed it down to just under 3 dozen.
|Some baby goats slipped into the gazebo to visit the under 12 crowd.|
|Tommy got licked by a goat within the first minute, and he didn't like it, |
so he was a little shy around this baby camel. It was a cutie!
|Yes, that's TWO elk eating out of my hand. One fun fact that|
I learned today is that they do not have any top teeth,
just a bottom row, so they are very gentle eaters.
|Photo bombed by a bull elk. Nyah, nyah!|
|This water buffalo swam up out of the pond for a lunch break.|
|Excuse me sir, could I bother you for a bit of lunch?|
|Tommy takes the reins.|
|The shorter animals, at least those without antlers or horns, |
generally stick their heads in under the seats to reach for food.
|Tom's new pal, Humphrey the hump-back.|
|Ellie's turn to drive|
|Are you feeling warm breath on your neck, Doug?|
|Tommy and Ellie with Doug and Sara.|
It has been a while since we've seen them, so it took a little
time for my shy kiddos to warm up to their uncle and aunt.
Couldn't tell that at home later though, by the way Ellie
was talking about "Aunt Syrup".
|Aunt Sara took Ellie and Tommy to the playground after the wagon ride.|