Remember Faintly? Our wee littlest goat born on Beekman 1802 Farm this season?
Of course you do. She’s bigger than life. (Even if she’s smaller than most everything else.)
A few weeks ago we brought her inside the house to show you all the things that she’s bigger and smaller than.
We then decided to take her into the village to see what else she compares to. Our friend Chris Stout-Hazard helped us take pictures.
Wanna ride along?
We’ve got plenty of room.
Faintly doesn’t take up much space.
Is Faintly bigger than a stack of books?
She sure is, or so it looks.
Next stop…Cobbler & Co. Gifts.
Is Faintly bigger than a bunch of bears?
Just a bit, but they’re not scared.
On to the Post Office.
Is Faintly bigger than a letter bin?
She can be, but by just a chin.
Across the street, Faintly stopped at The Liquor Cabinet. (Just to look.)
Is Faintly bigger than a bottle of fizz?
She izz! She izz!
The nice women at the bank wanted Faintly to visit them next.
They thought that Faintly would be bigger than their money sorter.
They lost the bet. She’s a quarter shorter.
Faintly stopped next at Adelphi Paper Hangings.
Is Faintly bigger than a very full bucket of very sticky wallpaper glue?
We decided it would be best not to find out.
All this posing can build up quite a hunger, so we stopped to visit with Tony at The Black Cat.
Is Faintly bigger than somebody’s lunch?
She’s not, unless she takes a munch.
Faintly saw some friends over at 204 Main Bar & Bistro.
Is Faintly bigger than a pint of beer?
That much is true, it’s crystal clear.
All this posing can be quite stressful. Off to the Spring House Spa.
Is Faintly bigger than a massage table?
No. But it’s softer than her scratchy stable.
Faintly’s friends Chris and Roger opened the Love Decades Showroom.
Is Faintly bigger than their big tall chair?
Nope, but she looks cute up there.
Faintly had one last very important stop she really wanted to make.
She was very excited that Chief Baxter and Stacy Wojciechowski said she could go inside the Sharon Springs Firehouse.
Inside was something she’d always wanted to see if she was bigger than.
She was pretty sure she would be.
Positive, in fact.
What was it?
Well, Faintly thought for sure she would be bigger than a big red fire truck!
…No such luck.