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Old 08-10-2016, 08:09 PM   #5769
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Old 08-10-2016, 08:13 PM   #5770
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Do you know that cows like to travel in an S shape, not in straight lines? If so does it double the distance to "jump over the moon"?
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Old 08-10-2016, 08:47 PM   #5771
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S-shape path???

Maybe that would explain what happened here. Since the distance was doubled, this cow only made it half-way!
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Good Morning, Gordon, yup, Hmmm, is that Canadian cows? that travel in a S. Charles, that would explain it The weather here is heading for 90's and very high humidity right now it's close to 100% .
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You guys need to moooooove on to a different subject!

This is UTTERLY cornie!

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You guys have me rolling on the floor laughing.
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Bed looks good, hard to see the pearl due to the reflections, but knowing that it is good.
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Oh Boy . Frank, That's the idea, it's ""ghost" pearl, actually when it gets in the sun that's where you'll notice it the most, at night or in the darker areas it'll appear just black, but in the sun it takes on another dimension, a little more silver, (it's called Silver Platinum Pearl) plus it has alot of other colors in it, hard to explain, it's not like metalflake because it can only be seen in different directions
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[QUOTE=Harley1994;3203368]Good Morning, Gordon, yup, Hmmm, is that Canadian cows? that travel in a S. QUOTE]

Could be the water.
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Gotcha Terry, that is going to look fantastic.
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Good Morning, Gordon, yup, Hmmm, is that Canadian cows? that travel in a S. QUOTE]

Could be the water.
Just checked. Apparently cows meander rather than walk in straight lines.
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Just checked. Apparently cows meander rather than walk in straight lines.
Where I grew up,,,,, they always had a pretty defined path back to the milking barn. Or from pasture to pasture..... but we got to get off this cow stuff.

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Where I grew up,,,,, they always had a pretty defined path back to the milking barn. Or from pasture to pasture.....
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Enough with the cows guys, lol. Milk cows are different, they have more of a routine than beef cows, we only had 1 milk cow, then the rest were whiteface to produce beef calves.
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Good Morning, Another very hot day here, 90 + and well over 70% humidity, not complaining just saying . Waiting for some help to move the PU box out of the paint booth, (yup should have made a stand with wheels) but keeping busy with all sorts of repairs ect.
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