Sunday, December 05, 2010

Forget Rudolf. We have the Christmas Cow!


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35 comments:

JayCee said...

Never worry, Sherwood Historical Society Christmas Cow! Someday you will go down in history too!

Lilly Morgen said...

It is a salute to our agricultural heritage!!!

Anonymous said...

Well that was a lovely sing-along. So much iconic festivities. --John Brown

Anonymous said...

That festival was fun! I loved it because I got to be in the parade and sing christmas carols and hand candy out. Everyone was marry and jolly and the cow got EVERYONE in a good mood! :)

Anonymous said...

that was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


: )

Anonymous said...

Nice hat!!!!! your amazing i love the animal the COW!!!

Anonymous said...

i gave her the puppy!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

i love cows their so cute!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

why a cow try a pig

Clyde Ray List said...

"Why a cow? Try a pig?" I have often accused Esmeralda of being a pig, especially when she sees a bag of candy that some little kid has collected during the Christmas Parade!

Clyde Ray List said...

Never let Esmeralda see that you've got candy!

Anonymous said...

scary cow! I should have gone to that dumb sing along....

Anonymous said...

why a cow why not a deer?

Anonymous said...

that cow looks evil

Anonymous said...

who is the christmas cow?

Anonymous said...

I think it should be a wolf their awesome!

Anonymous said...

Well that was a lovely sing-along. So much iconic festivities. --John Brown

Clyde Ray List said...

The sing along was not dumb. It was fun. The next one is February 19. But you have to bring along a valentine for Mrs. Reynolds.

Anonymous said...

that comment at the bottom is acually sophia nelson

Anonymous said...

ya the christmas cow is awesome! :)

Clyde Ray List said...

Candy is good too.

Clyde Ray List said...

Sophia is the prettiest name there is, in my opinion.

Clyde Ray List said...

Wolves and deer? When my dad was a kid in Sherwood, he rarely saw wildlife. A very strange fact. He never saw an elk or a deer. He played with a wolf once. Woah!

Anonymous said...

random...but it works! p.s. he looks kind of cuddely! :)

Anonymous said...

RUDOLF FOREVER!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

WEIRD

Anonymous said...

Why is there a cow in a santa hat in the picture. What is a Christmas cow?

Anonymous said...

what is a chrismas cow?

Anonymous said...

i like your cow costume :):):):):):):):)

Lilly Morgen said...

In 1920, farmers in Sherwood decided that this was dairy country. So they built many big barns with rounded roofs. The top of the barn was for storing hay for the cows to eat in the winter. In the 1950s, my Uncle Teufell would have all of us cousins climb up the ladder into the hay loft and throw down the hay. Then he would let the sheep come into the barn to pass through for an hour and eat the hay. We would sit up in the loft and watch the sheep milling around below.

Anonymous said...

anonymous you talk alot to yourself.... tehe

Anonymous said...

yayyayayayayyaa

Anonymous said...

yeah i love the christmas cow ;]

Anonymous said...

the christmas cow doesint make any sence i mean is it for sherwood in 1945 i think sherwood was the first most seen i geuss thats what i heard from a few friends sometimes i wish there was a time machine to go back and see

Anonymous said...

ahahaha this is weird i mean yeah....

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