|Humphrey the Camel
|Humphrey being friendly
with a 4-H visitor.
very friendly and
Stop by to visit
|Humphrey visiting with his
|Humphrey visiting with Roger
Davis, driver for Fed Ex Freight.
|Humphrey and Ashley
|Humphrey really enjoys his Spring brushing to remove all of his winter wool
|Humphrey and I attended the 2006 Missouri Camel Training Clinic to learn basic riding skills
|Val and Humphrey
|Humphrey at Nativity Scene -
Church, Owensboro, KY
|Humphrey recieving his 'Spring' Bath, not a happy camper at all. Humphrey does not like getting wet..
|Nativity Scene with several animals working with Humphrey at Cumberland Presbytarian Church, Owensboro, KY
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|"We've all heard the story of the three wise
men who brought their gifts of gold,
frankincense, and myrrh to the baby Jesus.
But what about the camels who carried
them? Here is the story of Humphrey the
camel and his long and cold journey to
In addition to an engaging text and gorgeous,
yet whimsical artwork, this story reminds
children of the importance of the Christmas
holiday and the true meaning of gift giving."
You can order copies of
Humphrey's First Christmas
directly from the publisher:
Ideals Children's Books at:
|Order a Wonderful Children's Book: Humphrey's First Christmas by Carol Heyer
|You can order the book from Amazon.com , or use the Booksense
website to locate your local independent bookstore
|Information to order this book
below the photos.
|Be sure to check out the Lazy JV Ranch Animals, in the end nativity scene
of the 2018 movie "Christmas Manger"
|We really enjoyed the time filming, and our animals being a part of this wonderful movie!
|More pictures of Humphrey the Camel
|Behind the Movie Scenes....
|Arriving at filming location, my two animal wranglers
with goats and donkeys.
|Getting set up for night time filming
|The cast and crew enjoyed visiting the animals before filming began.
|Adjusting lighting to begin filming
|Humphrey and the Sound Guy
|All this filming wears a camel out
|To give everyone an idea of time spent. We had 5 hours of filming for the last few minutes of the nativity part on
screen! Plus several hours before hand with entire crew getting everything ready for actual filming, before dark. Well
worth it, we all enjoyed it!