|Roger trying to ring a bell|
|A gray/blue cow|
And I was absolutely terrified of this guy, he is huge (I don't normally get to see full-grown bulls up-close). And they said he was actually pretty friendly (I wouldn't like to know what an unfriendly bull looked like).
But then he ate a carrot, and he wasn't so scary after that.
|The carrot is that orange thing in the feed that he's sniffing at|
|Doesn't he look so much more friendly, he's practically smiling. That is why you should eat carrots, they make you nicer.|
It's a very beautiful barn. And then Peter showed up, he had been at school. So we were all surprised and happy to see each other. So he showed us the sheep, who were not put out to pasture yet, they were in the old, old barn that was attached to the house (which is a huge thing over there, to have the barn and house attached).
|Playing "king of the mountain" on their mama|
|Peter's farm viewed from the top of the dike|
Then Peter showed us another farm that they bought and we all went out to dinner, drove Peter home, said goodbye for a few days, and went back to Groningen to our hotel. I must say that on our drive back to the hotel, the other car with half of the Canadian group, got caught twice for speeding by one of those radar camera things. We just saw 2 flashes of light, but they probably won't get any tickets because we were in rental cars and out of the country. But who knows, they may track them down yet. It is a humorous story anyway.
And we went to bed, to get ready for our second of three days of farm tours. I think this day was my favorite part of our time with the group from Canada.