At 5:40 am on Saturday at the Minneapolis airport, there are very few people. To pack for a 5-day stay at the convention, it takes some careful planning and arranging. In the dog kennel, there are 7 of Betty's English Angora rabbits that are entered in the convention. The medium size luggage to the side of the kennel contains the rabbit supplies such as risers, grooming tools, hay, blower, grain (rabbit pellets are supplied by the convention), sitting rags, turn table for grooming, ... etc. The airline allows a maximum of 50 pounds; the luggage weighs 49.5 pounds. It's an art to pack rabbit supplies for flying. On top of the kennel, there is a small carry-on luggage behind the pink tote; these two carry-on pieces contain all Betty's clothing, make-up and some snacks.
This is the English Angora section, there are some more at the back and some more across the isle. The English Angora breeders are the most neurotic ones, one can tell by just looking at all the paper and feed bag between coops as dividers.
This is the section for Giant Angora and French Angora; French Angora are at the far end.
There are close to 40 Satin Angora in this section, this is probably one of the highest number of Satin Angora shown in any shows and the first time ever that there are more Satin Angora than French Angora shown in any of the conventions.