Thursday, October 16, 2014

One Way


As a trucker, Bill is very conscientious about rules of the road.
He is always very careful to follow federal and local directions.
Travelling cross country, road conditions are always changing.
With construction, road repairs, emergencies and just the ways 
of life, things often change. You have to pay attention to signs.
I couldn't help but notice that these cows even follow the rules.
As Bill says, "Be safe out there!"



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27 comments:

  1. Eine Einbahnstraße für Kühe kommt auch bei uns nicht oft vor! Ein schönes Foto :)

    Greetings Joana

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  2. those cows are way smart to follow the one way direction. how did the farmer do that? wonder if it take a lot of direction? ( :

    around here in VA the cows always follow the same path ... there is a path always there permanently.

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  3. Those cows can read directions. I wonder if there's hope for our cows. I may have to teach the calves to read. lol
    Have a great day.
    Hugs,
    JB

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  4. Your animals are intelligent, McGuffy. Here, in India...its amazing how the dogs, cats and cattle cross the roads without following the rules of the road. These fellows literally push up my heart beats.....
    I have also seen some stray dogs (sharp ones) waiting patiently with the pedestrians near the zebra at the intersections...but, some crazy ones just traverse the intersection without bothering about the risk to life.
    Lovely blog :)

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  5. Absolutely safe cows! Cool capture, too.

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  6. They are smart cows! I often see drivers that I am sure can not read! Cute post, enjoy your day!

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  7. de cows prob ablee haz mor sense than most driverz !!! kewl foto :)

    happee week oh end two all, heers two dusky grouper ♥

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  8. How amusing that they are all, as the old joke says, only going one way! Great catch on the road.

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  9. What a fun shot! Those cows are pretty smart. :)

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  10. Is it true that it's a sign of rain coming soon if all those cows are laying down in the fields?

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  11. smart cows!! I remember our cows always followed the same path back to the barn every day: twice. I wonder if they tried a few different routes, and then finally settled on the one they thought best? :)

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  12. McGuffy,
    I like the pastoral photograph with the cows.
    Nice addition to Good Fences.
    Peace :)

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  13. Apparently they know what the right direction the fence is going.

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  14. How fun to capture the cows going "one way." behind that fence.

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  15. Looks like the cattle can read the sign

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  16. Haha, yes sure they are following the 'one way' sign p:-)

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  17. Gotta love it!! IN fact, they're going in the right direction...good for them.

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  18. That was the first thing I noticed. Amusing. Hugs, Janet

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  19. Ha! One-way Cows. Do you know why cows almost always face the same way in a field? They follow the lead cow. So whatever way she is going (or in this case, they may be steers) the rest follow.

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