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Living in the South Dakota, Wyoming area where cattle ranching is the predominate industry means folks must contend with things that most city bikers do not. That’s a given. We enjoy this life and all it has to offer, well mostly all. If you’re riding a freshly washed motorcycle near Beulah Wyoming and you encounter a moving road block on the frontage road as seen here I would advise you turn around and go back the way you came. I did not.  I wanted to snap a couple of photos. I waited on the side of the road until the herd had passed.  I ended up on the West side of the East bound doggies who had left a trail of…well…..cow flops. My ride continued West but I was traveling very slow to allow me to dodge the many slick cow droppings left on the road.


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