Monday, July 7, 2008

Cows of Boise - #4 in the Series, "Cow Crossing"

I had to go to the edge of town for this one. Cows have long had the rule of the land in Idaho. They're not kept in by fences in many areas - and if you hit one, you have to reimburse the rancher for the cost of the cow. Even if the crash kills you. And if you come across a cow walking down the road, you'll quickly find out that honking only makes it move a little faster down the road. It doesn't work to move the cow off the road. See the other "Cows of Boise" in the series through the links on the right side of the page.


  1. I like this one. Makes me think I should get my camera, cause I might see something neat. MOOOOO.

  2. Not sure how cost prohibitive it would be, but seems like it would be in the best interest of the ranchers to keep their cattle within some sort of boundary. However, I guess if they get to be reimbursed if the cattle comes to an untimely demise, it might be easier just to take their chances! :-)


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