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Wild cow and Druish Deities



I have been blessed with being able to drive some of the most unbelievable roads ever paved.

Last week I found myself on HWY 108 in Central California.

130 Miles

26% grade

9624 at the summit

4 hours to drive this route

This photo is looking west just down from the summit. I could live here with the wild cows.

A lone wild cow at the 9000 foot level just making sure that nobody is speeding along.

Comments

WickedHamster said…
Wild cows, flying cows, when did we all get so bovine?
WickedHamster said…
Given the pic, does this mean cows are now counted among "woodland creatures"???
Unknown said…
Holy crap. I was wondering where she had gotten off to. Please send her back to Wisconsin.

Those dang "Happy Cows" from California are always luring my good heifers out there for a good time...
Rogue Squirrel said…
I vote to keep cows out of the "Woodland Creature" club. They really have no purpose other than to provide leather jackets and steaks. I don't mean to be prejudiced against cows, but they really taste good.
Anonymous said…
normal people do not add an additional 4 hour scenic "shortcut" onto an already 15 hour "commute" home ;/
Anonymous said…
Ah, but if he was normal . . .

Cute cow, wonderful places. Adding a little pleasure along the way makes working on the road so much more tolerable.

DG
Anonymous said…
Well, DG has a point there . . .
WickedHamster said…
The belief that cows taste better than rodents is a concept some of us would very much like to continue to cultivate.
Rogue Squirrel said…
Amen brother... Especially after that horrible "Ground Squirrel and Woodchuck Kabob" thing.
Woodchuck said…
"Cat" the other white meat.....
Anonymous said…
I like chocolate milk
Rogue Squirrel said…
I like strawberry, but I have yet to see the elusive, magicial Pink "Stawberry Milk" cow. But I know she is out there, because one night after a few cocktails, I saw a pink elephant.
Anonymous said…
she's pictured over on Wicked Hamster's blog . . . udder-ly disgusting
Woodchuck said…
Kel made a "pun"...look out the world is comming to an end...
Me said…
How do you know it's a wild cow? Did he tell you he was wild?

(A buffalo talked to me in my dream last night... so, really talking cows aren't that far fetched either. Truly... if a woodchuck can talk, so can cows.)
Woodchuck said…
Hey, Woodchucks can talk, we just can't dance.

I'm sure that it was a wild cow, he had that "hey, I'm a wild cow on a walk about" type of look in the eye.

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