This was going to be the last image in the series --until I went out driving this weekend. I felt at times that I had stumbled into the Texas Chainsaw Massacre part of rural Texas, and starting tomorrow I will share the weird.
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@Robert Kruh: Thank you. I tried to visit your blog but I couldn't get it to come up.
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@Barbara: My wife says she couldn't be a rancher because she'd treat all the animals as pets and never be able to eat any of them.
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@Stéphane: Thank you for stopping by.
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@Shawna: There must be cows in Canada. I'm sure you will, if you haven't already.
16 Feb 2009 9:14pm
@Stephen Phillips: Thanks very much. I almost didn't post this fearing it was too common, trite.
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@Daryl: Not startled. In fact, it came over to see me when I pulled the car up alongside the fence.
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@[email protected] Ramblings: Thank you.
18 Feb 2009 7:05pm
@Melissa W.: I almost didn't use this one thinking it might be too trite and it is the most commented on image I've ever posted.
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@Amir: This has drawn more comments than any image I've ever posted here, and I almost didn't post it because I thought it might be trite.