This is Peppers rear and Abby peaking around. When I went out to put them in this morning I decided to take some pictures of the group.
Then there is YUMA. Mr. make me smile. Since we took him to the horse show in June, he has loved being handled, caught and loved on. I think he liked it out there and thinks he is still king of Christensen Rd.
And of course Wrangler. He is clueless, but the mares all want him close. They think he is so gorgeous. They are not wrong. He is such a nice boy.
Amelia was standing in the shade and watching them come in. She has Ditto in with her. I thought the 2 old mares would get along well together. They are kind of bitchy with each other. I think they will get over it though. They both are Diva's and expect special attention. Ditto has always gotten that and she does not like sharing. AND Amelia has come to that title since she has been here and does not like sharing either. Like 2 old sisters living in the same house.
This was supposed to be the first picture. Oh well, this was them coming in. In order from the front: Wrangler, Pepper, Rosie, Yuma, Raven, Abby and Liberty. Quite a nice looking group of horses huh?This is a picture of my nasturtium bed. Isn't it pretty. I planted a lot of seeds, especially the viney type. Its fading as most are doing in the fall but still just love it. It turned out just as I hoped it would.
Bob is out at the fairgrounds helping Shannon get a trailer load of goats settled. Tomorrow I hope to be pretty much back in the groove. I did make supper tonight. Spaghetti and Facacia bread. Thank you for you good thoughts through this.