7/27/16

cattle stop on lindis pass and WATW

I have had countless 'I'd-never-see that-in Kansas' moments since I moved to 
New Zealand and this is definitely one of them. 
We were in the South Island  earlier this year on a major 'highway' (yes, most 
roads are 2 lane) in central Otago mountains and saw cattle stops along the Lindis Pass. 

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8 comments:

Jeanna said...

They should alternate with burger joints and steak houses. Nah, maybe dairy bars.

Taken For Granted said...

In our part of the country, South Dakota, the Beef State, these things are called "cattle guards." Yes, we do sometimes see cattle on the roads.

Rhonda Albom said...

LOL - What are the cattle grates doing in the middle of the major roadway.

Sharon Wagner said...

We had a cattle drive almost take out our driver's side window in Central America. But, on a dirt road.

jeannettestgermain said...

Oh my goodness, the last time I saw cattle on the road driven by the owner was in the 70ties in Eastern Europe (still Communistic then!)

NatureFootstep said...

we still have a few of them. we call them färist :)

CountryMouse said...

Cattle grids on a main road, something you will also find in Australia.

CountryMum said...

Cattle grids is always a reminder to the driver that cattle on roads is very probably... even on windy mountain roads.