My Corner of the World…

Killington, Vermont…

Killington is a wonderful little ski town in Vermont not far from where I live. It is perfect for a Sunday drive – and look what I came upon:


This would be Rob and Big.  Bet you wonder how I know that!  Because there was a sign with a little box under it that had paper, pen, and business cards.  The sign stated that this was Rob and Big.  (Not sure who is who…) They are Scottish Highlander Breed bulls.  They were very interesting to watch.  We must have been there at lunch time…cause they never looked up much from the nice grass they were eating.robandbig4

They belong to Mosher Excavating, Inc.  in Killington…evidently the bulls have made a big impression and have become somewhat famous in the area.   Mosher invites you to take photos and let them know and send them a copy…Personally, I think that is really cool. 


A little close-up of the boys…

And, thank you, Mosher Excavating, Inc…for letting us enjoy your beautiful animals!


6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Stephanie McCane
    May 24, 2009 @ 19:27:50

    They look so soft minus the big horns. I just want to give one a hug. So beautiful!

  2. Pat
    May 24, 2009 @ 21:35:22

    How nice to come upon these guys. How was the quilt show?

  3. Maribeth
    May 24, 2009 @ 21:42:11

    Ah yes. New England at it’s finest!

  4. Sarah
    May 25, 2009 @ 07:43:54

    They are so cool looking!

  5. gemma
    May 25, 2009 @ 13:35:17

    The husband and I stayed at a bed and breakfast in Connecticut a number of years ago and they had a cow and calf of this breed. They were sooooo pretty and had ginormous eyes with super long lashes. Truly girls. These are really cool pics and the boys are quite handsome.

  6. Liz Galloway
    Jun 01, 2009 @ 18:23:53

    So glad you enjoyed our “boys” Big and Rob. We love them DEARLY and it makes us so happy when others stop by to take a look or a picture – the reason we put in the pasture! New additions – two crazy roosters and three angus/beefalo steers who Big and Rob adore. Soon to come . . . a miniature donkey! Thanks for the great photos and kind words. It makes all the hard work worthwhile!

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