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Xzibit, on his way from Coburg, KY, to Caledonia, MI

2014-05-18 - Adair Annex, 424 Public Square, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
It's the unexpected moments - there are always many - which make Columbia's unique Farmers Market on the Square the most interesting Saturday's in any Downtown in in the past 60 years. The gentlemen above had just rendezvoused with Chris Anderson, the star entertainer of the day to pick up Xzibit, a registered Boer Goat. The young men are Andrew Anderson, Chris' nephew and his friend Austin Welch. They had arrived in a Toyota Prius, with Andrew's father, and would return to their home in Caledonia, MI, with Xzibit riding in the cabin of the hybrid vehicle with the three people occupants. They anticipated no trouble whatever, as Xzibit exhibits the most elegant decorum - for a goat or man. The young men are very active members of their FFA. Caledonia, MI, (Google Map), is 488 miles from the Farmers Market on the Square, and that takes 7 hours and 39 minutes (not factoring in travel in a Prius with 3 men and a Goat) travel time. We hope their visit to FM2 won't be their last one. - ED WAGGENER
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