These cows, north of Greensboro and Stokesdale, just off Highway 220, were pretty unimpressed to have people driving down their road. It was a beautiful day and they were more interested in eating and resting than entertaining humans with cameras. So much of Greensboro has been developed, it is easy to forget our rural roots and the fact that there are still plenty of working farms near our community. Currently about 150 parcels of land and property are available in Guilford County. Perhaps most shocking of all is 16.74 acres on Horse Pen Creek Road is currently listed at $1,240,000. If you are looking for investments, it looks like property just might be the answer. Land around town is going fast and we just might need to tell the cows to moooo-ve over, here come the people.
We hope you are gearing up for first Friday and all of the events happening this weekend. One tremendously popular event is the International Festival on UNCG's campus. Check Go Triad, one of the best ways to keep up with events in our community. How do you stay informed about what is going on? The cows know... but they're not telling. We showed this photo to a francophile friend and she said, it is as if the above cows are saying, "Kiss my Dairy-erre." Forgive the potty humor and happy Thursday!