Posts Tagged ‘cows’

We’ve run into (not literally, fortunately) some unusual roadblocks on our jaunts through the countryside of the Franche-Comté.  We were not cowed, however.  😉  Just part of the experience.

copyright janet m. webb 2016

copyright janet m. webb 2016

 

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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You never know what you might see while waiting for a light to change.  This time it was something udderly perfect for the Oddball Photo Challenge.

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