Mini-Beth & Penny Brite took the ponies to the County fair.
Oooh look at the yummy pies!
"I hope no one saw us taking a bite of that pie" Beth said as they looked all around.
"Hey look! That horse looks just like my pony, only bigger!!"
They wander over to some other displays at the fair.
Oh boy! A puppet show, that will be fun!!
After the puppet show ended, they take the ponies back home.
They stop to say howdy to Curtis when they get back from the fair. Curtis has to check out the ponies.
Curtis is sad that they didn't bring him some goodies from the fair. Beth & the ponies go off in search of the dolls. "Where is everyone at?" she wonders.
The students in the Home Economic class are busy sewing.
"There you are! Whatcha doing?' Beth asked as she as the ponies trotted into the classroom.
"Can you whip up some blankets for my ponies?" Beth asked.
They tell Beth that they haven't learned how to sew blankets yet, they are working on aprons now. Meanwhile, the ponies are investigating the lunch pails.
Traveling Kirsten irons the fabric after the students have finished sewing it. She praises them for doing such neat work.
"Beth, could you please get your ponies away from our luncheon pails?" Samantha asks. Beth waves her arms at the ponies to shoo them away from the pails.
Beth decides to go to another classroom to see what those students are doing. "Come on ponies... giddyup!"
Traveling Kirsten is teaching Georgraphy. The students are very interested in hearing all about her travels.
She points out the Continents on the globe.
Beth disrupts the class as she stands on a luncheon pail. "Can you show me where my ponies are from?"
The students show their Geography book to Beth. "Here is the map of Nebraska, this is where your ponies came from". No one notices what those ponies are doing.
The students in the Mathematics class are busy doing sums.
They look up from their work when they hear this loud clang, clang, clang coming into their classroom. "Why do you have a pail stuck on your foot?" they ask Beth.
"It's a long story, I won't bore you with the details" Beth says disgustedly.
"Maybe you can answer me this: If I have 2 ponies, and I have 1 foot stuck in a pail..." Beth begins. Molly slumps down in her desk so that Kirsten won't catch her laughing in class.
Beth is happy that she finally got the pail off her foot. She hops on her pony and off they go.
"Today class, we are going to draw flowers" Kirsten tells them as she holds up the drawing.
"Can we use these crayons?" they ask.
"On your desks you will fnd paper, crayons, paints, and stampers so you can make pretty flowers" Kirsten continues.
Beth says "I want to draw pictures of ponies instead of flowers!!" as she rushes into the Art classroom.
The class was further disrupted, when Curtis wandered in. "Let's draw pictures of animals since there are so many animals in this classroom" Kirsten told the students.
Paint some pictures of my ponies!
The ponies posed so nicely.
Come on ponies! We have to go to another classroom now.
Curtis is not too happy with being called a pony.
In the History classroom, they are reading the book Kirsten on the Trail.
"Speaking of being on the trail..." Beth says as she leads her weary ponies into the classroom.
"There were ponies & horses back in the Pioneer times too, you know" Beth informs the students.
They enjoyed the book & learned quite a bit. Beth tells them she & the ponies have to mosey on out of there.
In the other Home Economics classroom, the students are busy baking cookies.
They have mixers, cookie batter, rolling pins, and trays of cookies to be baked.
"These cookies are perfect!!" Kirsten tells the students.
"I smell something good!" Beth declares as the ponies trot into the room.
"Do you have some grub for my ponies?" she asks.
Curtis followed them into the classroom to see if there might be something good for him also.
Here you go ponies! Here is a carrot for you.
The students looked through the pantry and found more carrots and some apples for Beth's ponies.
"Eat up ponies! We have a long, hard ride ahead of us" Beth said as she saddled up. THE END