Mr. Cogburn has a lot of Ostriches, look at all the ones in the back of the property.
Well, I finally made it to Wickenburg.... Actually, I guess I shouldn't say "finally made it " because that sounds like I was trying really, really, hard and just barely made it. The truth is it wouldn't matter if I got here next month, because I don't have any place I have to be, need to be, or at the moment, want to be.
Today was a great day for traveling, T-shirt weather all the way. But next week it's supposed to be cloudy and rainy, but still warm, so it sounds like some good sunrise and sunset weather to me.
I didn't get to Wickenburg till about 3 o'clock this afternoon, partially because I left late, and there was a lot of traffic on the roads. I'm not sure why there was so much traffic, maybe it was Friday traffic, and folks were going somewhere.
The "Big Show" in Quartzsite starts tomorrow, I believe, glad I'm not there. It's probably too crowded for me to enjoy being anywhere in the area. But I am interested in how many people are showing up, or not showing up, because of the Kung-flu. Maybe by the time this weekend's over, folks will be writing about it on the Internet and will have an idea about how the "Big Show" is working out this year.
Did you know an Ostrich only has two toes on each foot? Two toes hardly qualifies as a foot. This Ostrich held up his foot so I could see, when I doubted they only have two toes
These Ostriches are confused. there's a tourist standing there, that would be me, but there's no food appearing in their dish. Tourist means food, they were very confused.
There's a face only a mother Ostrich could love.
Rooster Cogburn's Ostrich ranch has more than just Ostriches. They have goats, sheep, deer, poultry, and Donkeys. These two Donkeys can sing the entire Star-Spangled Banner in perfect harmony. And to prove it, here's the talented duo hitting the high note in the part that goes... O'er the land of the freeeeee. That's a hard note to hit but they do it perfectly.