Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Good Fences Thursday

I'm posting this early due to Thanksgiving tomorrow and want to wish everyone a very happy day.

It's amazing how many fences there are when you are suddenly aware of them.

We were really glad to see this sturdy fence holding back the ginormous cattle with really big horns.  Wouldn't want one of these bad boys running down the sidewalk.



Long Live the Queen of Corrals



9 comments:

  1. Fantastic fence shot with the Longhorn. HAPPY THANKSGIVING.

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  2. They sure don't look like pets :)
    Great picture and I like that fence!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    【ツ】Knipsa

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  3. aren't those exotics awesome!? thanks, queen jester! :) and happy thanksgiving to you and left brain!

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  4. I'm with you, Queen ... since this is a day to be thankful, I would be thankful for that fence as well. For all we know he may just be a gentle giant, but with a fence, we don't have to find out. Great find, Queen ... and I hope your day is full of joy, good food and friends (family too if there are any near by). You are the best, Cheryl and I am greatful for having you in my life ... every day, but I just talk about it on this day :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  5. What a beautiful animal!! I agree about the fence though. I'd feel safer being on the opposite side of it too. Pogo and I wish you, Left Brain, Gracie and George a very Happy Thanksgiving Day. Hugs, Edna B.

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  6. I've always had a thing for cows.... the Wisconsin kind. Those Texas longhorns are scary beasts. Sending Thanksgiving greetings.... have a great day :-)

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  7. beautiful animals but yes they are huge.

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  8. These certainly are some exotic longhorns! Wow. Yes, critter fences are important. Great share here.
    Warm wishes for a wonderful Thanksgiving. I am thankful for friends like you. Hug.

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  9. This one looks like a bred of cattle called, Watusi. They have long horns just like "Longhorns" which ever it is those are impressive horns and yes a sturdy fence is needed indeed.

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