Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Bull

It is not a surprise that you don't see any goats, horses or other creatures in this pasture.  I also kept a  safe distance, on the other side of a barbed wire fence.  I don't mess with bulls.

Julie's family has had a ranch in Navajo County, Arizona, since the 1880's, when they arrived in covered wagons.  A bull on their ranch trapped Julie's brother in the house not too long ago, when something upset the bull.  Every time her brother tried to come out of the house, the bull acted like it was ready to charge.

This week we have photos of Bhutan, featuring Buddhist festivals, on our Viva la Voyage travel photo site.


8 comments:

Kate said...

Your family has an interesting history with bulls, but, David, I hope that it's just not a lot of bull.

Sharon said...

He's a handsome fellow out there all by himself.

Judy said...

At least he has a few bird friends to keep him company.

Susie of Arabia said...

No, you don't want to mess with bulls, that's for sure. I like the stark contrast between the green grass and the bull's color.

glenda said...

This is a fine looking bull. Smart to keep your distance. Love Kate's comment, and yes it is a true story. My son called me as this was taking place. The moral to this story is Close all gates tightly!

cieldequimper said...

I like your pasture shots. I've got another one coming up tomorrow.

I have always been scared of bulls.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Nice farm shots. We wouldn't mess with this guy either.

Darryl and Ruth :)

JM said...

What a story! I don't mess with bulls either.

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