Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Springtime in Amarillo



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  1. Fascinating picture; those are animals to admire from a safe distance.

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    1. Bill was able to get very close to these, not that they liked it. *wink*

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    1. Thanks, Gail. I remember them from childhood. I love when Bill shares pictures.

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  3. I wouldn't venture in that pasture. They look pretty dangerous with their long horns.
    Have a great day Annie.
    Hugs,
    JB

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    1. You wrestle enough cows and bulls all of the time! Hugs!

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  4. WOW! That sure beats my backyard!

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  5. We haven't traveled to that corner of Texas yet, but when I do I must see the Cadillac Ranch. That's on my bucket list of travel experiences. Yes, my bucket list has lots of shallow touristy places to see.

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    1. Bill goes to Amarillo all of the time. But, he never gets to the tourist places, just the real stock yards and packing houses. Looking forward to your posts.

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  6. We're just enjoying the good life!

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    1. I think these two are, as well. Yeah, the good life.

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  7. noe bull.... !!



    tell yur dad he snapped a grate fotoz guys !! ♥♥♥

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  8. What a great picture! Hopefully, you didn't get *too* close! :)

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  9. WOW! Those horns look like bad news, if you happen to be on the wrong side of them. I'm sooo happy it's finally spring! :D

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  10. wow!! look at those horns!! I don't think I've seen many of that type of cow up here. mostly dairy and beef cattle around here... I don't think I would have helped on the farm so much if our cows had horns like that!! :)

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  11. Long Horns - ya!
    Have a Beautiful Day and Best Wishes to you all.
    Peace :)

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