Last night while invited to visit with my new Friends the first time at the stable they moved to...I observed an awesome sight...a man who grooms, and feeds, takes a walk about in the new turnout fields with his gelding. I loved it!
Here are some other of my "limited" artistic photo's from the evening...
I just noticed your comment on my blog...sorry! I am assuming that you are Jewel's new Pal, seeing as how Tonka and Booster are on your blog :)ReplyDelete
Welcome to blogger land! Your horses look happy and well-cared for. Does the name "Washahe" mean anything? It's beautiful.
I really enjoyed reading your little "ditty" about the woods. I also feel that way about nature and the environment :)
Look forward to visiting your blog, and maybe I will see you at DevonWood too...I plan on coming down!
Is that the lovely Abu??ReplyDelete
HI there!!! Yea it is the Lovely Abu Arabian and Jewel!ReplyDelete
Washashe means: People of the Middle Waters" which is the Oasage Tribe my mother is from.
The Mare Wa is a third generation filly from my mother's broodmare she had in the 60's 70's. I will post a pictoral on her since my sissy just sent me pic's from back in the day!
Be talking later...
Ms. Jewel is going to be world famous soon. isnt she a great gal? I am flying all the way out to Oregon from WI to spend time with her...she better be worth it!!! haha.ReplyDelete
Hi! Just found your blog and i had to comment on these photos. They caught my eye because they are like art! I just love them. I'll be back.ReplyDelete