Monday, August 5, 2013

did the tourist thing...

Field Lab field trip today to Lajitas
to see the worlds largest longhorn collection.
94,106,71,T,C,.23

9 comments:

Glassjam210 said...

What fun!

Rita B. said...

That will definitely be on the list of things to see in the fall!

shawn said...

Muchos de los cuernos

Dizzy-Dick said...

WOW!!!

Hollis said...

Uh...Hook 'em Horns?

czardastx said...

In the last picture, the longhorn on the right with the downward horns. There is a longhorn like that in a field near where I live. I keep wanting to get a picture of it, but everytime I see it I don't have a camera. The horns on it hang nearly to the ground.

pamit said...

Kinda sad to see these animals as wall decor.

remmij said...

106˚ — hope they had the ac blowin' to give you a little respite from the sizzle.
Sounds like the Yates family really worked to maintain the longhorn bloodline as best they could.
Prior to your longhorn tutorial, this was the only Yates I'd heard of in the cattle business - wonder if they were kin?;-)
Rowdy
head em up

Wm. Pugh said...

@ Pamit
Me either. Something useful yes, like black powder horns, drinking horns, etc... I guess it is the Native American side of me.