There was once a young farm girl who had a favorite heifer named Tiny. She loved her, bathed her, showed her, won ribbons with her, and generally spent most of her spare time… with a cow!
Not a bad thing really, but life has changed for me. It’s been years since I milked a cow, cleaned a stable, drove a tractor and hay baler. Fortunately when I take my daily walk, I’m blessed to see all types of cows. There are baby ones, shaggy ones, pretty ones, scary ones, sleek ones.
Who knew that a community this size would have pastures right in the middle of town? It’s one of the things I love about Sequim. Its diversity blesses me every day.