Sunday, April 28, 2013

Fur and Feathers

We were up before the chickens this morning, finding our way in the dark, as we drove two hours north to a large fur and feather animal sale/swap. We had heard this was a good sale, but I have to admit I was surprised by the selection of animals available and the size of the crowds. From emus to a camel, there was almost any animal, of any size to help fill a void for someone suffering from the condition of barnheart.

After our purchases were made the Artist and the Glimmer Twins waited in the car while I meandered a bit to take a few more photos. One should never, ever, let me alone with a bunch of farm animals....for sale.

It's a wonder I didn't come home with this.

I didn't because I know that would have put me in over my head. For now.

But here's a quick video of what I'll be dreaming of, you keep that barnheart disease satisfied, if for just a little while.

~Be well friends


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TexWisGirl said...

i'd have had to get some of those ducks and chickens, just because they look so pitiful in those cages.

Jessica said...

I would have come home with a goat, for sure. SO cute. Hoping to at least have some chickens someday. :)

Buttons Thoughts said...

Hi Andrea you have stirred my imagination what did you purchase?
I loved to see the camel. I cannot believe someone owned a camel WOW. Oh I have at one time or another owned every thing here except the camel yup back to the camel very curious I am sure the Glimmer twins would love that.... If you bought the camel I will be visiting soon for sure:) Hug B

Jade_Apple said...

How did you not head home with at least a goat, so cute!

Velva said...

What an absolutely fun way to spend the day! Love it.


Flat Creek Farm said...

Oh my! Love the video! We had two goats long ago. I'd love to have some again ;) Those swaps are kinda bittersweet for me - guess I want to take everyone home w/ me, and it makes me kinda teary ♥ So what did you bring home? Your friends want to know :) -Tammy

Candy C. said...

Yes, we want to know what you guys came home with!
What a variety they had there and a CAMEL!! Oh my!!

Lisa Lynn said...

Your post is featured today on The Creative HomeAcre Hop! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!