Sequim Daily Photo
Views of Sequim, the Olympic Peninsula. . .and beyond
The Dungeness Valley Creamery
Read with interest about the Dungeness Valley Creamery at http://www.dungenessvalleycreamery.com/2.html . I’m impressed with the many natural and healthy food suppliers in the Sequim area. (I’m not much of a milk drinker these days due to a self-diagnosed lactose intolerance. Wonder if high quality raw milk would cause the same results?)
This place was fun last year at the Farm Days. They had the 6 (?) women Marimba Band playing and it was very lively! Fun watching the cows until 2 young steers started playing rough with each other…their horns were too close to each other eyes!
i followed Larry’s link above. Family owned and operated! That is something you don’t see often anymore. Great pic!
I haven’t tried their products (not a milk drinker), but there didn’t seem to be a shortage of people there when I was taking the picture.
I just had to Google the difference between a steer and a bull after reading Pat’s comment. Learn something every day.
Hey Monkey, you have Pinks lol.
My Mom just looked at this and wrote me an email saying she couldn’t believe I had to Google the difference between a steer and a bull and I wrote back, “what can I say, my parents didn’t properly educate me ; – )” and she wrote back “oh, I am positive we had that discussion more than once when you were growing up!!!!!! I will never forget the Fair when a whole lot of people were standing around this bull with a huge set hanging down and you blurted out………”What are those” Everyone was cracking up. I’m sure there was a discussion then too.”
I’ve been schooled.
ha! “what are those”. that sounds like you! i don’t remember having that discussion growing up either, i mean, how would that go exactly?….”now look here girls, you see those 2 plumbs hanging betwixt that bull’s legs? well now, see that is the difference between…..”
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