Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Cow

Set deep in a cornfield in Central Jersey is the legendary Cow, so coveted by frat brothers from Rutgers and nearly toppled by mother nature on countless occasions. Overall, the trip realistically wasn't worth it, the cow was a quarter-mile behind barbed wire and is only about 12' tall and nowhere near worth the sixty mile trip from home. Oh well, we did have a lot of fun on the way and figured we'd hit our next stop: the grave of Elise the Cow.

Elise the Cow was featured in many old movies back in 'the day' and became a legend all around the US, and brought fame to Central Jersey. However, we couldn't find her grave site and basically drove around for an hour down there for no real reason other then to get really dirty when we tried to walk into the local cemetary. However, the scenery was nice and it was a pretty good trip to welcome spring back and get back into exploring the abandoned, haunted, and the bizarre.


1 comment:

Nicole said...

That cow was deff. interesting. But a LOT smaller than I had imagined it to be. Fun trip though, and if we ever go back, we have to find that other cow. lol