In Vermont we expect to see all kinds of things in spring. The streams run fast and ice jams let loose, birds start calling louder, after a spring flood a few weeks ago I saw a man walking a wet, muddy, icy cow along route 100, it probably fell into a high running stream.

One sight I had not expected to see was a steaming Yak. This mother yak stood in the spring sun, icicles hanging from her face and steam rising from her back. It was an amazing site. A few days later I spotted this article about Vermont Yak Company in the Boston Globe.

Enjoy, :10 seconds of a mother yak, warming up in the spring sun.

[videography - for Outside TV]

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