A few new pictures were taken of this little almost month old show-off.
He is really spectacular and very friendly.
Lexi was teased and thankfully she said "NO." Her count down will continue here, her owners would like to leave her until she is confirmed in foal. Steven groomed up the boys before putting them back now into their separate pastures. He didn't believe me about their fighting and was shocked at how they now act towards each other. It was just 3 weeks ago they went swimming together still friends. Mark and I left for Middle Grove around 6:30pm and arrived just in time for the safari tour with the Redneck Rover.
They held off so I could take a few pictures of this unusual camp. This is in a hollow down by a creek completely isolated from the outside world and yet they have electricity by solar panels, running water via the creek, a huge generator if needed, even television.
Below is mom in her motor home while Heidi keeps a watch on her. Mom is staying with Faith tonight, then Joan & Tim will be joining her.
We loaded up with Faith and I in the rumble seat and headed out to visit the wild country. Below are a few scenic shots of our experience.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: He leadeth me beside the still waters.
The weather has changed dramatically from yesterday, it is cold, cloudy and threatening rain. Mark is working on the stallion paddock and is hoping to finish removing manure before the rain hits. And I can't close this post without wishing my best friend Amy Koch a special birthday greeting, she is now older than I am for a few more months.