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  • With Cowbird being off,I joined a tour at the Welsh Museum inSt Fagan's Cardiff.

    We had seen all the old farm implements and were wending our way way towards the exit,to get there we had to travel through the farm animal section.There was quite a big bunch of us,mostly middle aged with a small sprinkling of young ladies.
    The first animal we saw was a sheep,"Thats a ram" said the guide."But it has no horns" ventured a young lady."Thats because he got so frisky,we cut his hornms off" explained the guide.He continued "The one over there is his girlfriend Baa-Brr".The next pen contained one cow and a very BIG bully,lots of oohs from the older people.
    Travelling on,we came to the horses," Goodness me" exclaimed one young lady " a five legged horse".Everyone shuffled along past there without a further word.In the next field were the chickens,all by himself in the corner,one very proud Cockerel.One older lady wanted to know how many of the hens were his girlfriends,she was quite astonished when told they all were.Then she perked up and said "Is that why he looks so tired".We got to the Cafeteria just in time top gobble a Turkey sandwich before having to Duck under the already closing grille doors.The Barn Owl outside had the final say "Twit R U " he said.
    Quite an eventful day
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