The observations of an observant Southlander
That's really cool! Good find!
Can only be used for camel milk, sadly.
Some stray camels might wander through a decrepit fence and into your garden at any moment
Love to see you milk a camel as it galloped down the main street of Riverton. You would want a plastic jug rather than that one.Reminds of the story about the Iraqi army outpost. A new officer was astonished to arrive at the outpost and find a camel tied up by a tent. He gave the soldiers a dressing down and pointed out that the Iraqi army had modern equipment and no need for a camel. The men listened and when he was finished said yes sir but we are far from our women and sometimes use the camel. He walked off muttering but three weeks later called one of the soldiers to bring the camel to his tent. Ten minutes later he called the soldier to come and take the camel away. The soldier asked, Sir don't you want to use the camel. Yes I have he said. The soldier looked at him strangely and said, sir we use the camel to ride to town to see our wives and it usually takes half a day, perhaps an officer must do it much faster.
Ha, AC. If they did, I'd be staying inside till they wandered off - I don't trust those huge loose-lipped creatures at all! Cows, meh, but camels! No thanks.Philip - good to see you at the tree sale and I'm glad you didn't tell that joke while my women folk were around!
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