Heading home on the bus from Buncrana, we came upon some loose cows.
here the bus driver used his bus to help round up the cows. It worked and they headed down the road that is on the right (where the silver car is). When we passed the guy who was the owner, he gave the bus driver a thumbs up.
Ha Bill, fantastisch toch om dit 'n keer mee te maken, wel gevaarlijk natuurlijk die losgebroken koeien.ReplyDelete
Delicious so calm in a village everything yet.
Away from the city bustle.
Groettie from Patricia.
I wonder if the driver of the car was also the cowboy.ReplyDelete
Scary! ....with a happy ending.ReplyDelete
Uma estrada partilhada.ReplyDelete
Uma Boa e Santa Páscoa.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
The cows certainly felt the spring in the air and decided for a walk. Lucky it all ended well thanks to the busdriver.ReplyDelete
The bus driver acted well. It's a relieve that the cows didn't cause any accidents.ReplyDelete
Oh dear... I guess this is part of village life. It's something funny to look back on at least!ReplyDelete
"Head 'em up, move 'em out! Yee-haw!", as we say here in the States.ReplyDelete
Just one of the many skills required to be a rural bus driver!ReplyDelete
...the big escape.ReplyDelete
Nice rural scene, Bill !ReplyDelete
They must be like me, always wanting to see what's around the bend.ReplyDelete
Ah, so much for the escape!ReplyDelete
Funny, but those darn cows will do pretty much anything they want if they get loose! Catch 'em and milk 'em!ReplyDelete
You never know what you'll encounter on a country road. Here, if cows are on the loose, it makes the provincial news.ReplyDelete
Glad they were safely rounded up! Reminds me of the fun Irish postcards of an Irish traffic jam!ReplyDelete
Looks like something that would happen here in my small Kentucky town. Love it!ReplyDelete
Sweet of the bus driver! Cattle on the road in rural India is a regular feature!ReplyDelete
Glad they got rounded up! Late one night we came upon a couple of cows in rural Virginia, wandering down the middle of the road. I honked my horn, hoping to attract their owner's attention by no one came. I drove slowly behind them, hoping no other traffic would approach. Soon the cows headed up a lane toward a farm, so I guess they were okay.ReplyDelete
Glad they got off the road. I remember coming upon a sizable flock of sheep on an Irish road once, many years ago.ReplyDelete
What a site to see. Good for the bus driver. Very bucolicReplyDelete
Your bus driver has probably had to do that before! How fun to watch.ReplyDelete
I am laughing!ReplyDelete
Streetlife is interesting where you are. :-)
You have very interesting happening in the streets.. :)ReplyDelete
Those cows must be relatives of those in India that casually walk the streets.ReplyDelete
Good thinking on the part of the bus driver; obviously the cows' owner thought so too and was grateful for his help.ReplyDelete