The Wind Festival is special to me since it was my first non-con suiting event I did 2 years ago. I owe a lot to Roger, the manager, for giving me the opportunity to perform and for being a great reference. So Kitty and I headed out there Saturday for a day of fursuiting fun.
I performed as Abbey because I was hoping they would have the bounce house set up. Nope. Maybe that was for the Bluegrass Festival. There were lots of colorful kites. It was a relatively small crowd, but the kids were fun. There was a Brownie troop there and they had a lot of fun tormenting me. I deserved it since I kept stealing and putting on their hats. There was a great blowfish kite that looked a little like a Katamri. The owner had me pose with it and it tried to incorporate my soul into it by rolling over me. All in all I suited for about an hour and half. The weather was absolutely perfect for suiting.
I then took Carol on a tour of the park. I was saddened to hear that 2 of the raccoons had died over the Winter. I did manage to get a really nice photo of Rocky, the lone survivor. Moonshadow, the mountain lion, remembered me and followed me around as I went back and forth between his and his brother, Phantom's, enclosure. Kitty enjoyed seeing Pecos, the elk, and Forrest, the fox. It was a lovely way to spend Saturday together.
And I'll just link to the rest:
The giant Katamri blowfish
You can pick your lion, and you can pick your nose, but you can't....
Let your free flag fly
I know it's cliche', but it's still funny
I just love eating brownies!