Thursday, February 6, 2020

FENCES AND HORSES - ANOTHER FROM THE OLD BLOG


Another post from the archives.  This was when we were on a mini road trip not too far from home.  The weekends often finds us exploring. We came across these gorgeous horses a while back. I've decided to take an apple or two along with me next time, or a few cubes of sugar as a friend of mine suggested. We don't have to ride too far before we reach horse country.

Just look at the expression on that horses face. It just says, "I'm disgusted, where is my apple and the least you could have brought us were a few cubes of sugar? Don't come back next time without them!"



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Enjoy your day and have a great weekend.



48 comments:

  1. Gorgeous houses behind the fence, stunning.

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    1. I enjoy the architecture of houses I see in the countryside :) Thanks Christine!

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  2. They are just beautiful. And so friendly! Even with no treats.

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    1. They are and were Ginny, beautiful horses in every way :)

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  3. They are beauties. They might like carrot as well as apples and sugar.

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  4. Indeed what they are saying is right! Beautiful horses and good fences Denise

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  5. They don't look underfed. Nice to see them come over to you.

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    1. No they weren't, plenty of oats in that barn :) Thanks Diane!

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  6. Well I hope you do remember, Denise. How would you like to be stuck out in the cold with no food!!

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    1. Good point Valerie but happily I took these photos when the weather was quite mild :)

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  7. Hello, I love the horses, they are so pretty. Great fence series. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend ahead.

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  8. There are horse ranches here in Hawaii, but I haven't seen one in a long time. Beautiful photos, Denise.

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    1. Hi Gigi, I would have enjoyed seeing them :) Thank you!

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  9. Horses can be very curious, In this case , I think you're right. They are looking for a handout.

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  10. awwww, the horses are beautiful!! but yes, i see their disgust with you, i know you won't forget next time!!!

    i don't stop unless i have food, i have a reputation to uphold you know!!! hehehehe

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    1. I should follow suit Debbie :) I didn't like that disgusted look they gave me, lol!

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  11. Those horses are beautiful. Horses are very dismissive if you don't have any sort of treat for them even if it is a handful of grass outside their pasture.

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    1. Thanks Yogi, I tried the grass but I got the look, lol!

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  12. Oh, they are so beautiful! Have a lovely weekend ☺

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  13. I like to see the barns that you find on your travels and the horses are beautiful. I especially like the light brown one, but they're both friendly looking farm animals.

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    1. They were adorable, and like you I enjoy coming across the different farms and pay particular attention to the barns and any farm animals around :)

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  14. I have always loved horses! Beautiful pictures ♥️

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    1. Me too Tanya, though I have only ridden them a few times :)

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  15. Hi Denise,
    Super images of the Horses, even if you forgot the apples, they look happy enough.
    All the best,
    John

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    1. Thank you John and I agree, they certainly looked very comfortable and happy. All the best to you too :)

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  16. Such beautiful horses. Have a lovely weekend.

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    1. Thank you Liberty Belly, I hope you had a lovely weekend also :)

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  17. Funny that I just happened to peek in while you're talking about horses. I was just telling a friend the other day that I really hate seeing people putting that bridle in their mouths and using a riding crop to hit them to make them go faster. People are really into the racing, which I understand, but as I get older, I'm really looking at life with new perspectives. The horses you've displayed are quite beautiful and able to roam free and that's wonderful. Hugs, RO

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    1. Hi RO, I don't like that either. I have always felt this way my whole life. Thank you and hugs from me too :)

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  18. This post gave me a chuckle.
    Beautiful horses though, and the light colored one in the top two shots looks like he's looking right at you.

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    1. That's great GGG, happy you had a chuckle and that you enjoyed these beautiful horses. They seemed as curious about me as I was about them :)

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