by Sally Harry
National Cow Appreciation Day, eh? Who could’ve imagined such a day existed?! Well, that Sally sure has been hamming it up around here, so I say moooove over, it’s about time I had my moment to shine!
It’s a bright and sun-shiny day at the National Colonial Farm, which means there will be lots and lots of visitors–from people fishing and children smiling to folks strolling around with their dogs. I simply love it when people visit, and I can’t think of a better way to appreciate me, er, I mean the cattle. So the next time you’re here, come find me and say hello. I’m usually grazing about in the fields around the National Colonial Farm, along Cedar Lane… I promise not to lick ya (hoofs crossed).
And since I’m not a “hog”, I’ll introduce ya to a few of my cattle friends here:
This is Rocky… or is it Bullwinkle? I can never tell these big guys apart.
Now, this fellow is just showing off.
This is Miss Cherry and her young calf.
The youngin’s from last summer. Hey! Save some for me.
Whoop! That’s me. Well, until next time my friends.