In Which I Take a Walk and Get Eaten by Cows

A few days ago I decided I would go outside and talk a walk in a place we call ‘The Sycamores’.ย  (Sycamores are types of trees ๐Ÿ˜‰ ) Maggie jogged along with me and stopped to chat with the cows along the way. She used to be so scared of them!

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On the other side of the fenceย were cows. They stared at me but kept their distance.

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As I walked on I encountered puddles,

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Which led me to a discovery of a leak in my boot.

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I also saw some birds, but they were just Starlings. :/

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I looked back and discovered that the cows were following me as cows often do.

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I kept on, stopping to take a few photos of semi-interesting things.

I noticed some raccoon tracks by the creek and wondered how his paws (or would you call them hands?) had not frozen off. My ‘paws’ were red and I wasn’t even in the mud!

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I walked with my eyes on the ground (not literally, of course), looking for more tracks. I was so absorbed in this that I didn’t look where I was going. Thankfully I popped up just in time to see this in front of me:

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I safely ducked under it and found the cows nearly surrounding me. I stuck out my hand to see if one would lick it.

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It took a while but at last one rubbed it’s scratchy tongue on my hand. Cow’s tonguesย are extremely rough.

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More joined in the fun and I was surrounded by slobbery beasts with dripping noses.

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Then one started chewing on my sleeve!
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As soon as I realized that this wasn’t my everyday coat I jerked my arm up and the cows scattered.

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My hand was quite wet and nearly frozen so I decided it was probably a good time to head home. I was also quite muddy.

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I did get a cool picture of my reflection in a bubble though! ๐Ÿ˜€

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I edited it so you can see my relection a tad better. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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I hope you enjoyed post! I finally got around to posting a Farm Life post. Phew! XD

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Doesn’t tongue look as if it would sound like ‘ton goo’? ๐Ÿ˜›

26 thoughts on “In Which I Take a Walk and Get Eaten by Cows

  1. LOL! I loved this post! I really enjoy going on walks in the woods with Maude where I live. It looks like you had fun! The cows were really funny. ๐Ÿ˜›

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      1. LOL, yep! Two people told me that they imagined me as Ivy, so I decided to make my gravatar image actually look like me! XD
        She sure does! And she always manages to get muddy! ๐Ÿ˜›

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  2. The bubble picture was cool!

    Are you still doing the blog colorful ideas? I was wondering because I don’t see your picture under the title. I might have to quit because I can no longer do Wednesday. Do you thunk I can switch?
    Thanks!
    -Nicole-

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