Great, peaceful looking countryside. The hides DO look like cookies. LOLMy W W is a seedy character...drop by if you can willya? Happy day to you...........
you're right, they should be called "ore cookie" cows :)... i wonder if the milk used in one oreo cookie commercial came fro them... it would be funny if it was!
Beautiful pictures - everything is so green. I'm hoping after this latest rain, that things will green-up here in Maine. :)
Nice scene! I wish I were there now instead of typing in front of the window and watching the neighbor's dog take a leak on my tree.
What interesting markings on these cows. Happy WW!
Oh I'm gonna get grief for this but here goes anyway.And they taste good, too!Co-worker raises them; the meat is very lean. Happy WW!
my daugther would love to see thismine is up. hope you can check it out too:http://www.womenxplore.com/2008/04/wordless-wednesday-5-run.htmlHappy WW!
That was so interesting. I've never seen hat type of cow. We visited your beautiful state on our honeymoon 10 years ago. Cape Cod was glorious! I loved Plymouth too and Boston of course.
Beautiful photos. We have Angus cows - no oreo strip just all black. They are my big babies lol
Those look like Double Stuff Oreos. Yum!
Something I don't see too often.Happy WW!
That is soooo cool. I have never seen these types of cows before. Great photos!Thanks for stopping by my blog and Happy WW!
So, just like Oreos... you have to eat the middle first??? :DTink *~*~*My Mobile Adventures *~*~*
OMG -- this is too funny.I came over here from Hootin'Anni's because I forgot to check your WW.When I arrived, it was through your profile and I though WOW she does not live that far from me (southern NH 45 min to Boston where I grew up). Then I saw your post about Orchard House being your favorite place. I am dying to go back there!But the cows! When I first saw them, I thought they were wearing blankets! LOLHope you can stop by my blog for some laughs.
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