Lots of tracks down in the ravine... and cow pies, too.
He had a nice leisurely evening in the bottom.
We hiked, scouted, and chris-crossed the small stream following him deeper back into the ravine.
Alot of deer and elk sign back in here... we need to put trailcameras back here!
Finally, after 2 hours it was clear to us - he gave us the slip! That is one sneaky steer.
Here is some 'Sour Grass' we found back in there. I always thought it was 'jumbo NW clover', but it is actually a type of Wood Sorrel. It tastes like sour apples when you chew the stalks, and is quite refreshing. Careful, though - in large amounts it is toxic.
Would be nice if that dumb cow would eat it and slow down...