Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge 2015: Week 17…Where’s the beef?

Posted: April 26, 2015 in Cee's Photo Challenges, Travel
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New Glarus, Wisconsin is America’s Little Switzerland and the endpoint last weekend of an approximately 170 mile, three-day bike ride by my husband and a friend.  I enjoyed a bit of exploring while they rode and we ended the adventure with a round of tasty beer from the New Glarus Brewing company, whose brewery looms over the town like a feudal castle over its medieval village.

Much of the little “downtown” area resembles nothing so much as a tiny bit of Switzerland, all the way down to the happy cows found throughout the town.  Here’s just one example.  Who knew Swiss cattle could cook?


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  1. Suzanne says:

    How quirky. The cow looks very Swiss – love his outfit. 🙂

  2. nowathome says:

    odd indeed! 😀

  3. Dear Janet,

    Udderly adorable. (You expect this from me and you get it. 😉 )



  4. Sue says:

    I certainly hope you picked up some of that New Glarus beer to take home! Spotted Cow is my absolute favorite. Living in Wisconsin has its perks!

  5. Jane Lurie says:

    Good shot for the theme!

  6. Is this the No Bull Hotel or All Bull Hotel?
    And I know that you wouldn’t steer me wrong either way.

  7. Great find. Love the expression on it’s face.

  8. Well this made me laugh out loud!~ Thank you….

  9. Cee Neuner says:

    Such a sunny sign for this week’s odd ball. Thanks Janet.

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