Midnight Rampage (Cursing in the Rain)
I got the cows moved to the farm across the road on Friday afternoon, and everything was going great for about a day and a half. But last night at about midnight the lady who owns that farm called to let me know that all of the cows were in her yard. Sure enough, when I got over there I saw 30 sets of eyes looking back at me. In times like these you always hope that it is going to turn out to be someone elses cows. But they were mine alright. Cows like to wait until there is a hard rain before they get onto peoples lawns so that they can make the greatest impact for their efforts. Last night it started pouring at about 10.
Cows are a little hard to move at night but I was able to get them back in pretty quickly. Unfortunately, Sheila, my cow dog in training wasn't able to see one of the hooves aimed at her and got kicked. She didn't really get hurt, but she did decide to go back home right after that. I'm afraid that might set her confidence back a little.
I went over to do an initial damage assessment first thing this morning, and it certainly could have been worse. They left plenty of cow flops, but they didn't cut the lawn up very much or damage any other property as far as I could tell.