Sunday, June 7, 2009

annual strolling of the heifers: Pre-parade--the dairy fairy and her apprentice





10 comments:

JM said...

Very funny and great sequence!

Jacob said...

Wonderful series. What a great event! Must leave the town with a good feeling...

Is that cop checking the girl's parade permit? ;-)

Cezar and Léia said...

Great day there! All pictures are very cool!

Abour Jacob's comment I would like to add that I guess that cop was checking about some donnuts because they like it a lot! ;-)
LOL

Léia

P. Lola said...

Very nice pictures!

Clueless in Boston said...

That parade looks like it was a lot of fun. Did that lady with the cow gloves have a bull-horn in her hands, or was that a cow-horn?

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

this is sort of a funny tradition. the photos are good and it brings forth a slice of Americana and good old fashioned sentimental memories. I am sure the kids love this event. I am glad you are enjoying the Phoenician and Camelback Mountain series.

Vogon Poet said...

Very nice set of photos. The girl looks so serious in the last one. Is Jacob right? Trouble with the law?

Steffe said...

Looks like a fun event. The officer looks very serious...

Brenda Bowen said...

I'll wager they're both so serious because no one ever has cause to use a bullhorn in Brattleboro, VT, and they just can't figure it out for the life of them. The heifers make me love Vermont all the more.

nolaughing said...

Hoppin' Hoofers,truth be told, the Dairy Godmother was asking the kind cop how to use the darn bull horn...and his response? I don't know, it's gotta have an on switch. Better than last year's run-in with the law (a close cowtastrophie) -- a certain dressed officer didn't like her approaching him and asked her to "back away" (she then continued to sprinkle him with Dairy Dust behind his back anyway...oh, that bovine vixen).
I'm lovin the blog, and the pictures of my daughter, the Dairy Princess. Friend me on Facebook for more pics. Hope to see ya'll at the next Stroll, until then, remember to always watch where you're walking when you know the chips are down.
with love for heifer and heifer, the Dairy Godmother