Jun 17

Norman Visits South Dakota & Mount Rushmore

Norman Visits South Dakota & Mount Rushmore Norman visiting Mount Rushmore, South Dakota

Norman neighed hello to the Midwest and trotted into the state of South Dakota where the famous Mount Rushmore lies. This piece of amazing sculptural artwork depicts four of America’s most famous presidents; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln carved into the side of the mountain. Norman took the time to visit the mountain and wondered if he, one day, could join the former presidents and have his face carved into stone. 

Agriculture Industry in South Dakota

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Jun 16

Norman Gallops through Ontario

Norman Gallops through Ontario Norman meets with friends in Ontario

Norman’s next stop on his global trot was Ontario, Canada. As he cantered by the Otonabee river he stopped to have a closer look at the Peterborough lift lock. This lock was the first boat lift made of concrete and when the hydraulic device opens it lifts to more than 60ft. Norman watched the water gush by him and reflected on how happy he was to be in a place that is home to over 370,000 horses! Competitive showing horses make up the largest portion of the equine industry in Ontario.

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Jun 15

Norman in Wisconsin, otherwise known as America’s Dairyland!

Norman in Wisconsin, otherwise known as America’s Dairyland! Sampling the various products at Carr Valley Cheese in Wisconsin

Norman’s next stop on his global trot was Wisconsin, otherwise known as America’s Dairyland! Norman had heard a lot about this state from his friends in Kentucky and was excited to see the “Ducks”, and cows! The Wisconsin Dells is home to the largest remaining fleet of Wisconsin Duck®’s in the United States. The “Ducks” were originally named “DUKW” which stood for D = 1942, the year the first DUKW was built, U = Utility vehicle, K = Front wheel drive, and W = Rear wheel drive.

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Jun 14

Norman visits Fort Wayne, Indiana

Norman visits Fort Wayne, Indiana

Norman galloped into Fort Wayne, Indiana and was very excited to arrive at the Cross Roads of America. Indiana has more miles of interstate than any other state in the US.  Norman trotted along the river and went through one of Indiana’s 32 covered bridges. He was very impressed as it looked like he was trotting into a barn, what a creative way to decorate a bridge he thought! Indiana was such a beautiful state and Norman was in awe of its beauty as he trotted through the ever changing landscape which has over 80 different varieties of trees.

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