Minocqua was a rocking and a beeping on Saturday.   It is always a unique experience to walk the streets of downtown Minocqua on Beef A Rama, you never know the sites you will see


This guy was one of the more interesting sites to see.  Funny thing, is he fit right in


There was a definite party going on in the streets


Barney Rubble and the rest of the Flintstone Crew


My main reason for coming to Beef A Rama, the carmel apples at Minocqua Fudge are the best I have ever had.  Crisp apple and gooy carmel


I am believe these guys have a group name and can be seen having coffee together everyday except for Beef A Rama.


I personally love the udders they have.  Udders brings up a topic of conversation that is one of Troy’s pet peaves about Beef A Rama….  Black and White cows are dairy cows not beef cows.  All of Beef A Rama is based around the classic black and white Holstein dairy cow.  Troy would like to point out to all, that in his vast experience working on dairy farms in his teens, when a dairy cow hit the end of life, it was sent to the processor who took it to mink farms for feed.  Dairy cows are not that great to eat.  Dairy Famers are not firing up the grills when Bessy kicks the bucket.  We were happy to see the Kemps, 30 foot tall dairy cow and calf were not at attendence for the first time this year along hwy 51.  Maybe next year they can find a cute Black Angus or Hereford to take the place of black and white and udders.


The beginning of the beef parade.  What starts out the beef parade…. cross dressing dairy cows with udders and oversized hotdogs….  followed by the firetrucks with sirens


Our favorite Hawaian beauties parading down the street


Unfortunately they had a little too much fun and the beef took a trip to the street in front of a few thousand people waiting to eat beef sandwiches.  5 second rule??


Where is the beef…. Not where is supposed to be….


Happy dog following the Hawian folks picking up the scraps


Can we have the Holestein conversation again….


Good Day was had by all