15 May 13. If I had to pick the "most favoritist" place the cherubs would like to go, setting aside seeing the "dinosaur place grandma said they could go see" it would be the Olympic Game Farm in Sequim, WA. I've written about it before, but today's story will be a bit different. Now there are many animals to see at the farm, all from the "safety" of your vehicle, but some of the critters are more equal than the others and are allowed to freely roam the premises and interact with you. The subject for today is not in that group, just a big dog like looking critter, that was relaxing at the road's edge as we made our way to interact with the more equal group. The admissions stand has bread to sell if you would like to feed the critters, and on our last visit we purchased 6 loaves which really wasn't quite enough, but we made do. At one end of the facility there resides a small herd of American Bison, the bulls weighing in at something around 2,500 pounds. As we were making the drive around the park, just prior to reaching the Bison hangout, I tried throwing some bread out the window to a small fawn who wasn't getting a fair share of the treats we were sharing. Forgetting about my shoulder, I made a hard swing out the window, parallel to the ground, and immediately realized that I had made a BIG mistake. When the white light and stars finally resolved, I remembered too late that my shoulder was far and away not prepared for such activity at that point in the recovery. Apparently at least one of the Bulls saw it happen, so as we neared where they were hanging out, he put his entire head into the car, up to the point where his horns stopped him from coming further in, and began to swing his head back and forth rhythmically smashing into my shoulder as if to say "here, let me put things back into place." We were all laughing so hard I forget to register that such behavior hurt "a bit." So we drove around a second time to experience it all over again. Of course the bull in my window wasn't the only one; Jan had one forcing his way into her window and the cherubs had a cow trying the same thing in one of their windows. Not a place to visit if you are worried about your vehicle getting scratched, but if you like some really healthy fun, pay it a visit, and take some young'uns with you. It will be a day venture you won't soon forget. Nikon D300s; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 200; 1/640 sec @ f / 7.1.