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July 2017

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More in the Calhoun County Fair!

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Calhoun County Fair rabbits who've had to split the apartment down the middle, like they used to do in sitcoms, to accommodate their different lifestyles.


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Meanwhile one of the guinea pigs presents my favorite guinea pig expression of all time, ``Are you sure you meant to invite me to this meeting? Because I could go take care of some other projects if you don't really need me here.''


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Rabbit hoping to inflate one of her cage-mates by way of the ear. So it turns out rabbits manufacture vitamin D in their ears, and get it by grooming their ears and now I wonder if mutual grooming like this isn't also a chance to get some precious fat-soluble vitamins off their partners.


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After a bird flu scare the previous year(?) we got fine examples of chickens and other fowl, such as this one, who'd chosen to go along with my intruding camera.


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Bee who took the chance to drink a bit of lemonade(?) that had spilled on our table. Got a good bit of the drop in, too.


Trivia: By 1893 Stern's department store, then in New York City, employed three female sales clerks for every four males. Source: Service and Style: how the American Department Store Fashioned the Middle Class, Jan Whitaker.

Currently Reading: Barnaby, Volume 3, Crockett Johnson.

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