We went walking in the mountains again today, and look what we found. A turnstile in a barbed wire fence!
That's seems a little weird, but if you think about it, it isn't too unreasonable, it's to keep the cows out.
Then again, if you look at what's on the other side....
Not a typical walk. No?
If you look carefully at this picture, there is a very intrepid, individualistic, possibly rock climbing cow.
"I vant to be aloooone."
View from the top....
ENORMOUS birds kept popping up over the edges of the cliffs, they were too fast in the strong wind for me to get the telephoto going, so these photos aren't so great, but they had a HUGE wingspan. When one appeared over our heads, Chuck gave a half-hearted sort of woof, the bird was bigger than he was easily, and better armed. (a Eurasian Griffin Vulture wiki here. The bird is HUGE! 240 to 280 cm wingspan!!! That is up to a 10 foot wingspan!!!)
It was, truly amazing, one flew by us, no more than 50 yards away. Amazing.