November 3, 2016

Cowboy Cow



This bright figure stands in Wardensville, West Virginia. Although the store is named the Lost River Trading Post, it is not in the town of Lost River. However, it is not far from the Cacapon River, which is the same body of water as Lost River except that it is the part of the river that reappears after being "lost" under Sandy Ridge. If that's confusing, check out this post from last year.

By the way, the trading post sells coffee, antiques, and art.

Sharing with Run-A-Round Ranch

P.S. I just found out her name is Cowlamity Jane! The store is celebrating their 3rd anniversary today and posted some pictures on Facebook.

9 comments:

  1. That is cute! I love the boots :-)

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  2. haha! her name cracked me up. :)

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  3. The river sounds interesting. I always like statues like this

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  4. That is cool and so are the boots.

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  5. That's something you don't see every day!

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  6. I think that is the brightest colored cow I've ever seen. :) Hope you have a nice weekend!

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  7. I love your red cow with cowboy boots. Are they leather cowboy boots?

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