Somewhere in Ireland’s heartland, a herd of cows, much like any other herd of cows, were peacefully grazing in a lush green field. After a time, the cow nearest the gate which gave onto a typical narrow country… Read More
Posted on 3rd Sep 2015 by Ali Isaac
cattle, cows, exersizing, humour, Ireland, Irish humour, keep fit, running
I am afraid of cows. This is because I was once chased by a stampeding herd of cows who took an instant dislike to the (very small) dog I was walking at the time, even though she was… Read More
Posted on 10th Mar 2015 by Ali Isaac
Ailill, aurochs, Boann, cattle, cattle raid, cows, Donn Cuailnge, Finnbhennach, giant bull, Glas Gaibhnenn, Ireland, irish archaeology, Irish Mythology, Queen Medb, the cattle raid of Cooley, the Tain, Tuatha de Denann
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