Ox drovers are a little harder to spot for lots of reasons. We're as rare as hen's teeth for one, and for
The other day, my family and I went to Connor Prairie for a short vacation. I knew they had oxen and was determined to see them because. . . well, if you need that sentence finished, I suggest you look at other blogs.
We explored for a while, found the paddock for the oxen, admired them, and saw the sights, when my mother-in-law called to say they had met the oxen expert and we should come to the "animal encounter" barn to meet him.
Long story short, we went back and met our friend from earlier. Once Kevin knew that I knew oxen, and I knew that he knew oxen, we had a nice visit. He mentioned that if I had said something earlier, he would have gotten them out and that I should come back again in the future.