There's not much to say here besides that it is a HUGE show and so much going on at once!!! Woolies are on the tables everywhere and so much confusion. I wait for my one Wooly to get on the table... I'm suprised I didn't miss it! LOL. Some of the exhibitors were rather nice, but some were rather stand offish. I was a little bummed with the attitudes of some people but what can you expect! It's competition. I, being very bubbly and nice, really puts people in a bad mood or something. It was best off I didn't talk in the show room... I usually don't let things like that affect me, but it really hit me hard like a bag of bricks that morning, I was then "ready to go home." Enough about that, anyways, Katie really cheered me up. I'm really glad she was there, I was really appriciative that Amber and Angel were there, us CA peeps gotta stick together!
I loved the quality of most of the animals there. I really can't wait to bring a BUNCH of my own woolies to Convention this year! Finally, it's my chance to not be limited to a few, who usually end up molting or out of flesh condition from harsh travels. It'll be fun. :)
Amber's buck, Flapjack.
Chillin' like a pancake Holland Lop.
Amber and Angel.
The baquet was a blast, however, I did not get any photos. The food was great and it was in a great location! Part 3 tomorrow.