This story is about a gathering of horses, buggies, and people. There are water barrels. It looks like they’re about to go on a picnic. The other ones are all in a row, and I bet you ten bucks they’re going to go next. This story takes place in the country in summertime. They’re getting hooked up to go someplace. They’re waiting for the other two horse bunches. They’re getting ready to go find that gold out there that they buried in the ground! What’s in those barrels? Beer! One horse wants to go. He’s got his foot up in the air. He’s got a little kid with him. What are they taking out of that window? Hay? I hope it’s not too heavy for him. Maybe they’re going to a party–they’ve got those beer barrels. What are they celebrating? A wedding! It looks like a hot day. Who is the leader here? The one with the little boy is the leader. “Let’s get the hell out of here,” I’d say. That guy in the back has his hand up–it looks like he’s holding a hose. He’s filling the barrel up. They’re also dropping something off: cans of milk from the cattle place. The little boy’s all done. He went through already. They hear cows mooing, and horses whinnying, “Eeheeheeheehee.” Someone’s getting married and they’re all coming to celebrate. “I wanna go to a wedding! Someone get married so we can celebrate!” They’re going to celebrate the wedding in the house. I want to go! They didn’t have flushing toilets in those days. When I was young, they had outhouses. They hear a tractor in the background. You need a tractor to pull all that milk. They smell cow, and everything else! Manure. Any other smells? Not yet! When they start drinking, you’ll smell the beer. At a big working farm, you gotta have young ones around, and they drink. These people know each other. Farmers know each other. They only get together once in a while because they have so much work. Their work is never done! Farmer Brown and Billy are sitting in the front wagon. Farmer Brown is Billy’s dad. Billy works on the farm. Next they’re going to another grandma’s house. There are lots of grandmas. Farmer Brown is laughing. “Heck of a day!” The horses look like they’re happy. They want to get moving!