Super! Love that cow!
Good cow! I'm really glad you are doing this - even though I see these guys almost daily, I haven't stopped to check them out up close. *shame* I keep seeing new details in your photos!
Oh, I have missed your moo cows! I love them all!I saw somewhere in your posts about refreshing blogs...do you know about www.bloglines.com? You can sign up for free and add all your favorite blogs (even categorize them) and when you sign in, you can see immediately who has written something new. I'll get back to my gators eventually. We checked on one that I wanted to photograph, but unfortunately, he got blown over and cracked up by Miss Rita. I briefly thought about taking his pieces, but decided I did not want to get into any trouble with the law!
Great cow! I wonder how many cities have variations on these critters? I've seen pictures of cows, horses, zoo animals, etc. Looks like fun.
Who makes all these cows, Mindy? And why are they taking over the fine state of Texas? Who started this trend? Just wondering... xo
ooh, he's very cool.
This summer, at PH's family reunion, in Lindsborg, KS, AKA Little Sweden USA, the town had a variation on this theme with Dala horses, a traditional Swedish folk form. These primitive wooden horses usually are painted orange with blue and yellow and white bridle, flowers, etc. They did the four-feet high horses in Lindsborg as characters such as Kronor (swedish currency) the "Dollar" horse, and ones from the senior center with paintings of eyeglasses, Pepto Bismol, hearing aids, canes, etc. I love the fact that we are allowing ourselves to be a bit silly. Lord knows we need a bit of silliness these days! Thanks for sharing Moo Nopoly with us!
I'm the guy on the horse.Love that game. Wanna play? House rule: there is much money to win under Free Parking.
I am a girl who LOVES attention. Comment + attention = happy Mindy!