They were loaded up and driven back West those 25 miles to the Hanna City farm. Karin met me, unloaded Missy and took her over to the cabin field while I grabbed Ella and her adorable colt to load up for the trip to Middle Grove. That was another 25 miles West then 25 miles East to get home. The horses were up by the big puddles which actually looked like ponds we have had so much rain. Lily ran right into one and started splashing. Her colt stood at the bank dancing around calling not at all happy his mom was in that wet stuff. It won't take long before he realizes the water is FUN. Anna's filly was in the water playing around. Karin and I haltered Jenis, Oksana and Cooking and led them down to the trailer. They were put in the cabin field with Sally, Missy and Ripper. We will be doing trail rides this holiday weekend.
As soon as the horse work was finished I drove North to Sam's club for groceries and had to load groceries into the car during a big rain storm which drenched every part of me. I reached home still very wet, Mark pulled up right along side and was as wet as I was. He too got caught in the storm.
Mark built a big campfire over at the playground with our good dry wood, the warmth felt wonderful. The sun came out and warmed everything up but we were still grateful for the fire. Ashley brought over her puppies for a puppy play date with Miss Molly, the puppies mom, along with what seemed like hundreds of other dogs but really there were probably less than 20. Ashley brought 2 of Miss Molly's puppies to visit their mom.
Above Rachel grabbing Jessica's Pugs and Below Anni holding her Chewy.
Above some yummy heartatticonastick (bacon) and below Diane feeding the rind to a few of the dogs visiting this evening.
Our wonderful campfire, perfect for cooking big slabs of bacon.
A large Heron flew over the lake with the setting sun lighting his head up.
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