Horgey was Ella’s imaginary best friend. She loved horses and she loved dogs so it was only natural that Horgey was born.
They would go around Philly counting together.
Ella enjoyed visiting the most important bell of all time: the one and only Liberty Bell.
Horgey liked going to the Independence Hall because that’s where two of the most important documents were signed: The Declaration of Independence & the U.S. Constitution.
When they got tired, Ella and Horgey headed to the nearby Washington Square Park to lie under three of it’s shadiest trees.
They watched as giggly school children climbed out of four buses.
Next, they made their way to the Philadelphia Zoo to see the five newborn lion cubs.
Hungry after their trip to the zoo, Ella and Horgey stood sixth in line, waiting to buy the delicious Philly cheesesteak.
Ella wanted to go to Chinatown so that she could get a picture taken in front of the great Friendship Gate.
Horgey tried seven times before he could get the perfect shot, counted Ella!
Horgey and Ella then visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art with its eight grand columns.
At the Franklin Square, Ella ran to sit on one of the nine available animals at the Liberty Carousel. Her favourite animal to ride on was, of course, a horse.
Ella and Horgey ended their day with a visit to the Boathouse Row which had ten rowing clubs. Ella counted them one by one as they slowly began lighting up.