On Sunday afternoon, Chuck and I finally got to see a Cow Parade, the wonderful public art/fundraising project in which fiberglass cows are adorned by local artists and displayed throughout a city. The Cow Parade is on display through June 14th in La Jolla, the seaside enclave famous for fabulous beaches (and controversial seal colonies). We had a lot of fun walking around town to see the cows, and saw three or four other groups of people walking from cow to cow as well. Of course, we also took a mid-parade break for beers and wings at La Jolla Brew House, where we especially enjoyed Night Shift, a Belgian-style IPA, and Zomer Brun, a Belgian-brown ale.
Here’s our cow parade gallery: