This little blue eyed Nigerian dwarf that was no more than a foot tall received the name Elliot when he called out to his owner in what sounded like “Eeeellllliiiooot” in his little goat voice.
We have to admit that one of our favorite scheduled events during the summer is the LaPorte County Fair with long leisurely walks through the horse barn. One horse in particular caught our eye.
He looks just like any other horse except for when you start talking to him. If a clown was ever trapped in a horse’s body, this was it.
His owners attached a pinwheel to the door of his stall, which we found odd until the reason why put smiles on our faces. This equine lifted his head , took a deep breath, and blew as hard as he could on that pinwheel. Believe it. A horse who knew how to use a pinwheel! Astonishing.
This little kid was anxious to make a friend. Playing peek a boo was a great way to get our attention.
We caught Santa picking up his letters at the post office at Pioneerland in LaPorte Indiana!
These horses knew exactly where to go when throwing a shoe!
8N Ford tractors were once used as the mainstay to farm acres and acres of land. Now a part of history, a friendly young chap waves as he provides hay rides to children on a wagon pulled by an 8N Ford.