So there I was, minding my own business, finishing up the last bites of a slice of ultra thin crust pineapple and ham pizza when I looked up and saw a mule pulling a small wagon down Isham Street toward Inwood Hill Park.
Yes I was surprised, we don’t see large four legged animals up in my neck of the woods. Dogs, yes. Mules, no!
So I did what any self-respecting blogger would do, I hot-footed it home to grab my camera. (Perhaps I should start carrying a small point & shoot with me at all times. Of course that would necessitate me buying a point & shoot….)
Fortunately they stopped for a brief moment in the park, and I snagged this shot. Quite profound wouldn’t you say? The mule gazing off into the urban distance.
The mule & owners ended up spending the night at the Van Cortland Park stables in The Bronx.
It turns out that the couple (Bud & Kenny) are planning to travel the world on foot. You can read about their travels, gawk at their solar powered trailer, or donate to support their journey at http://www.usonfoot.com/.
Anyway, it’s just not something you see every day on the streets of New York.
Don't you pretty much see 'something you don't see every day' every day in New York?ReplyDelete
I hope Bud and Kenny are taking good pictures!
So true, so true. lolReplyDelete
So not what I expected after reading the title. Ha, Ha.ReplyDelete
Is that thing too heavy for the poor mule to pull?ReplyDelete