Yesterday I took the kids to Moultrie, GA for the Annual Sunbelt Ag Expo. I'm glad we went yesterday instead of today as we had planned, because it is raining today (at least it is here)! That is too far to go to risk rain! :P
It was a cloudy, cool morning, perfect for walking around outside!
Danny enjoyed checking out this motor...it was just a model that was chopped in half at places so you could see how it all worked. I would ask him what different parts were and he knew most of them! I think he is turning into a gearhead!
The kids spent quite a bit of time "riding" equipment, tractors, mowers, ATV's and whatever they could get on! :)
I'm sure a little dreaming went on in their heads, too.....
especially with this one!! :) I could handle one of those. :)
Tamara cracked me up! She loved the springy seats in the tractors and would sit in there and bounce to the music playing over the speakers. :) She was in her own little world till I got her attention for a picture! :)
Tamara and I liked the pink garden tractor! :)
I am thankful for these two blessings!!
This large round bale of cotton could make over 1700 t-shirts! Amazing!!
The two ladies there did a great job! So detailed! Some of their creations were just amazing!
My flower girl :)
Here you can see how the clouds moved out and the sun shone......sunburn anyone? ;)
Alpaca's....this one seemed to enjoy sitting in front of the fan....it looked so funny, his hair was just blowing in the breeze! I should have taken a video! :)
A cute lil baby
On the way home we stopped at Walmart for a few groceries, and then I finished the day off by treating the kids to frappe's! :) We were gone from home almost 12 hours and I was so ready to be home. Squinting in the bright sun all afternoon gave me a headache and driving so far made me sleepy that time of day! But I"m glad we went! It's something they look forward to and we hadn't went last year!
This coming Saturday is Goat Day here in Blountstown. It's another Fall event we look forward to every year! I think just knowing that the weather is getting cooler over this time, makes it more desirable! :)
Happy Fall to you, whether it is still 90 degrees where you live, or you've seen your first snow flurries...be blessed where you are!