To start out the night we played with puppies! These pups were pure labs and so adorable! They just cuddled into your arms. Oh and this is Kyle! He was my date and he actually lives on this farm with his family.
Then we moved onto rabbits but I forgot to take a picture of them. They were so soft but boy did they like to go number 2, a lot. Besides the point, they were the cutest little rabbits ever.
After the rabbits were the big, humongous pigs! They stunk and oinked a lot but they were cool. Mom, these pictures are for you and your odd pig obsession. (Sorry no piglets.)
There was also goats! Our group milked one and it was pretty funny!
Get ready for this next animal.....
Um...yeah. THAT IS A ZEBRA & A ZONKEY! So these people happen to love exotic animals and they own all these cool, awesome, amazing, can't express in words animals on their farm. This is the best shot I could get of them because we were on a four-wheeler and they were running but it was amazing to see them.
They also have this...
I'm not sure of what this one is exactly and I'm not going to guess because I know I'll get it wrong but they had yak(s), a water buffalo, something else and a watusi! Just say that again...watusi. I love that word! I'm sure he got sick of me saying it but I think it's fun to say. Besdies the point, these animals were incredible! A little scary because they charged but still incredible!
During this joy ride through all these fields we saw all those animals plus lots and lots of horses (I love horses!), cattle and random (cute) dogs. The purpose through these fields were not to see all these animals but to find Moses! Yes, were on the voyage to find Moses and after a good 3o mintue search we almost gave up hope until we came upon....
Moses! You see, Moses is a camel! Yes a camel that just happened to allow me...
to ride him. Thank you Moses!
Kyle & I
Here are the rest of the pictures from last night....enjoy!
I think this picture is just funny! This is him laying down and Jordan's face kills me! Action shot!
I love horses!
Look mom! No hands!
So I rode a camel! This was no scheme or stuffed animal. This was a real, live, bad breathe, pooping camel. Who can say they have ridden a camel. I can now! Seriously, one of the funnest nights I have ever had. Definitely one I'll never forget!
P.S. Sorry for all the exclamations marks but they were necessary.