Okinawa is fairly rural--our neighbors have roosters, there are some goats around the corner, and farms spring up next to convenience stores, but here's something I have only seen once in 9 years on this island: A miniature utility truck hauling around a bull. The vehicles here are all minis. This seemingly large truck is smaller than a suburban in America. It was courageously carrying one huge long-horned cow somewhere. I was so entertained I took some photos to share.
Ok, so this isn't my deepest post, but I'm trying to paint a picture of our home for all of you non-Okinawans. I'm making an effort to see this quirky place through the eyes of an outsider, so there'll be more posts like this to come.