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Old 11-18-2012, 10:53 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Love all your photos. How do you post your pics?


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Old 11-18-2012, 11:02 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Good thing your dog (and you) were smarter than this!
Yeeeah - not interested in taking a dog with broken ribs to the vet...
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Love all your photos. How do you post your pics?
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yeah , those were not "cows" as in docile dairy cows , those were black angus meat cattle and there is a world of difference in their natures, as these, meaning meat cattle, can be confrontational and will run at you. Look at them ! they have all turned and faced the dog . They are not running away .
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Yep... they pretty much kept their eyes on us the whole time we were there. lol

Never moved... just turned and watched.
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Old 11-19-2012, 08:42 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Visiting my dog Herro who I will be picking up in a couple of weeks. He is training with his breeder. I can't wait to give him a big hug!
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Old 11-19-2012, 09:31 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Adorable!!!! And I love that first photo of her in the stream!
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lol -- "
Yep... they pretty much kept their eyes on us the whole time we were there. lol

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can be confrontational and will run at you.
Good to know for next time! "

when Paul was still teaching he was invited up to the "art cottage" of his teaching buddy head of the arts' department. This was north of us (Lake Dalrymple area) where there is a lot of scrub land and glacial rock out cropping . I love to hike and so while the bbq was being prepared we went out for a hike , self, husband, young daughter . About a mile into the trail all of a sudden out of the woods emerged a mini herd , maybe 5 or 6 heifers who had been foraging -- . Just like the cattle in your picture they all came forward and more forward and more and we got the message that we were going to be chased !! We scrambled for the closest , largest, highest rock and climbed up and stayed there . Half an hour later our host came on his all terrain looking for us because we were late in coming back to the cottage for eats. He drove them off with his vehicle . Apparently he did not know that the neighbour farm had left them out . They can take care of themselves .

nothing like getting out in the fresh air .
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Looks like they had a great time
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