I have to admit I was pooped after my adventure yesterday afternoon.
I did take the dogs out to run today, and took a picture as I went by
the barn from where the fillies escaped:
This is the arena portion of the building, and the
stall portion is attached to the front. See the horses just in the picture?
They are in about a four acre pasture, all fenced... and it was they who were
watching the two escapees yesterday that convinced me to go back.
Today, the sliding door at the front of the stall barn was CLOSED for the first time, so I
believe Mr. Summers was able to get his fillies home.
All was well that ended well.
I have gotten to know the territories. Sometimes I am not able to stop on the particular street or road and
get a good picture.
See the eye?
There's the whole kitty... It's Black Kitty... Kathy's cat.
And here's the proof that the heated water is heating... but I wonder what triggered the camera to go off at 6 AM yesterday morning? There is no animal in the picture.
Is that steam... or a spectre of something?
When I see a lone calf laying in a pasture... I worry. I worry there's something wrong with that calf.
When I went back by, he was up. Today he was down again, alone.
If you look closely in the first picture of the calf laying... you'll see this guy in the tree line behind him.
And there he goes!
I took those four pictures with the little camera, to boot!
This caught my eye the other day.
Who lived here?
The outhouse is still there, caving in, down behind the house.
This kind of thing hurts me.
And yet many can still be saved.
In the comments last night, Ruthlynn
of Ruthlynn's World made a great comment, and I'm going to
copy and paste it here:
This is SO INTERESTING TO ME... and I would love to try it!
This is why I still love blogging... because of people like you who bring all these
ideas into my life... I appreciate your friendship so much!
This weekend we are celebrating Christmas with Keith's family, and his folks are staying here tonight and tomorrow night... so I may not be able to post... but I'll be thinking of all of you !