Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Cows and Horses


On Sunday, the Husband and I hiked up to the one-mile post on the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail. Eventually, we'll get strong enough again to reach the bench at the crest of the mountain, which is about another two miles. It was a great hike. The cows and horses were out that day. The cows looked to be enjoying the view as much as us.

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  1. Lovely view the cattle have . . and, the one standing center . . wow - beautiful.

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    1. Hi, Maggid. The white cow looked like it was telling a story to the others. I imagined the two on the right rolling eyes at each other as if to say, "There he goes again."

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  2. What lovely rural shots.

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    1. Verily, it is up there. Because there are few trails in our county, it's a busy one. But, still, we only encounter a handful of hikers when we walk it.

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  4. Great pictures, great trip - and another wish for my travelling list!

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    1. Cool, Katrin. I think you'd enjoy San Benito County. We also have Pinnacles National Part in the southern part of the county.

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  5. they surely had a beautiful spot to rest in.

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  6. Nice views during the hike, huh?!
    Lovely pictures, Susie. The second one is my favourite, tho' :)

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    1. Thanks, D. The views are what keep us going. The steepest part is the first mile. I'm amazed with the mountain bikers.

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  7. Great shots from your hike ~ love cows and horse!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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    1. Hi, Ann. We're in our 3rd year of a harsh drought. I'm hoping this is the middle part of the 7-year cycle.

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