Living in San Diego means we're lucky enough to call home a city where people from around the world come to spend some precious vacation time. There's so much to do and visit around town, I can honestly say we can't be bored. But living in such a popular city also means we have to… Continue reading How many eyes does a cow need to sell coffee?
Today was a sample of what San Diego meteorologists call "May Gray" - gray sky and cool temperatures - even though it showed up a couple of weeks early . It was a perfect day to take the kids to the San Diego Wild Animal Park (now renamed San Diego Safari Park), where it can get pretty hot if the… Continue reading Meet cows from across the globe, courtesy of the San Diego Safari Park
I spotted my first cow today when and where I least expected it. It was at a shopping plaza north of San Diego, where I had a networking lunch at a local restaurant. This is what I saw in the window of a cheese shop called Venissimo. Happy cow, tasty cheese! I could conclude this… Continue reading Today’s cow is a super dooper crazy pooper cow!
A few days ago, San Diego County experienced extremely cold weather with heavy rains. The result? Snow in our mountains, lots of snow. Here's a nice snowy mountain located less than one hour of San Diego. So today, I decided to take the kids for a ride up in the mountains to play in the… Continue reading I saw real cows today!
My daily cow is a real cow, but not the kind you're used to. Today's visit to the San Diego Zoo allowed us to meet a member of the bovine family that lives in Asia, called the Lowland Anoa. It's quite small and has some funny looking horns sticking straight back behind its head. An… Continue reading Our daily cow is Asian and called “Anoa”