The cowboy who we saw earlier fixing the fence in the pasture across the road later brought in a calf and a horse from another pasture to the corral. We visited in the late afternoon, and I guess the calf belongs in the corral for the evening. This calf has big floppy ears, typical of brahma cattle common in Costa Rica.
In the days ahead I will show photos some of the animals in the corral and stable.
This week we have photos of a mussel ranch in Nova Scotia on our Viva la Voyage
travel photo site.
I love those big, floppy-eared cows!
These are such great pictures. Now all they need is a dog to help with the roundup.
This is so pretty, Dave, with those green hills behind. I have a feeling that we are about to learn more about brahma cattle.
The "working" photos you have posted recently give us a good view of the native people on their own turf.
Your Costa-Rica is so sunny place, this photo makes me smiling.
I crossed Costa Rica from one coast to the other and I remember the beautiful haciendas in the highlands, many of them having fences made with living Yuccas.
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