There is much debate amongst the academic community about when the Bufalo Mojado migration actually occurred. Was it 1989 or 1990? The arguments may never end. Regardless, each year an aging herd of Bufalos Mojados makes an annual migration...always on the 3rd weekend of July, to a mysterious lake-located in the California foothills. Vowed to secrecy, very little is known about what exactly happens during this annual migration.
The above drawing was copied from an ancient piece of cloth--depicting a scene from the annual migration.
Many have attempted to enter the herd...to no avail. Bufalos Mojados are unique animals. The herd has evolved throughout the years...what began with hot dogs and tents has evolved to cabins, ski boats and menudo.
Heard around the herd...