….but they aren’t mine.
One of my neighbors needed some grazing for a couple of his horses and so here they are.
I must say, my pasture has grown up so drastically, there’s not nearly as much grazing space as there used to be, but they seem okay. They’re quite friendly and LOVE apples.
We walked down to the barn when #3 son and DIL were here and they were quite anxious for attention (and treats).
They do come up close to my back yard fence (the only thing that separates my back yard from the pasture) and it’s always a blessing to see them – though it drives Koda crazy. They pretty much ignore his barking, but he does think it’s his responsibility to ‘guard the house’.
Good eyes Bettye — I had to play Where’s Waldo to locate the shovel.
Bettye does have good eyes. I didn’t see the shovel either – it was just ‘there’.
Horses are the best. How long will your guests be there?
I see a shovel that needs to be turned around (barn safety) 🙂
🙂 I had to go and look for that shovel in the photos. You certainly are observant. I’ll make sure it’s put away next week when the kids are here. I don’t make many trips to the barn – it’s too grown up.
No idea how long the horses will be here. They were here all last winter. The owner brought big bales of hay for them then – otherwise they’re pretty much ignored unless I go out and talk to them.