Greetings friends and welcome to this week’s blog post. Now I know that many of you might look at the title of the blog and wonder what the heck do I mean about the camels going south for the winter? Well in order to discuss that we have to talk about old man winter.

You see the sparrows and the geese all beat it south when the trees begin to turn and our camels do the same thing, sort of. While it might not be too cold for the camels to walk around in the winter because believe me their fur is built for it, the reality is that human beings aren’t built for the cold. Yep that’s it, we take them south because it’s just warmer.

Houston is South Enough

Now we have installations all over the great United States of America. Seasonal attractions merit seasonal camels. Take the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo that takes place every year in Texas. For almost a month at the end of February we’re in the lone star state giving rides and teaching people about animals and really bringing an experience to that event. We’ve been doing it for a few years now and it’s just as fun for us as it is the people that we entertain.

So the camels go south for the winter, sort of. We won’t complain, they always seem to be right where we need them when we need them. For more information about how we can bring our installations to your event or facility give us a call and we will help you catch our camels before they get too far south. Cheers and talk with you all next week.