To the nearly 100,000 strangers who “read” this blog (besides the 2 or 3 people I know in real life, you know, that thing that exists outside the internet) I have something to share with you – I LOVE COWS! I am so obsessed I even have a cow tattoo. So this random post is a dream of mine: to travel to see all the cow buildings of the world. To be fair, there aren’t that many, but just to know a few exist is enough to make me happy. First, there is St-Georges-de-Windsor, about a 2 hour drive from Montreal, where there is an observation “cow” gazebo. Open since 2005, visitors can check out a 360-degree view of the surrounding area, including the nearby villages and of course the grazing cows. Then there is Big Cow of Nambour in Australia. I once told you about the Land Down Under’s obsession with big things, like the Giant Koala, so it’s not a surprise they have a Big Cow, which measures 10.8 meters long and 7.9 meters tall, five times the size of a Not-So-Big Cow. Even though this isn’t an actual building, it still counts, in my humble opinion. It was once part of a farm that included an animal nursery, bush walk, cheese and butter display, and a dairy industry exhibition. Last but not least, there is coffee chain Perky’s of Auburn, Washington. One of its locations was renamed Cowgirls Espresso, and ended up becoming its own chain. Cowgirls is located inside a building that is shaped like a tea pot and painted like a cow. The baristas aren’t dressed like cows (even though there are cow print cups) but wear bikinis, which is unfortunate.