A little horse’n around

It’s been raining….forever.

The chickens are not happy. They spend their days with their feathers poofed out resembling forgotten beach balls that have blown under the front porch. It’s at least dry under there…they’re still not happy and they’ll give you an earful if you care to listen. They stay under there until it’s time to lay an egg or return to the coop for bed. Then they really aren’t happy. I now know where the wet hen expression came from.

The horses on the other hand are built better to with-stand the deluge. It helps that they have not only stalls to come in from the rain, but they also have a run in shed. Early this morning there was a small break in the rain and Cisco & Regalo came out to play.

Just  a little horse’n around


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4 Responses to A little horse’n around

  1. Stephanie Shackelford says:

    What peace this video gave me. God has given us such beautiful creatures. You have a wonderful place and obviously love your “critters”. Thanks for sharing this video.

    The Wanna Be Country Girl Reply:

    What a sweet comment Stephanie. Our daughter and I love to watch the brothers (horses) play. We sometimes think they look like unicorns :)

  2. Could this be where the expression, “Just horsing around,” came from?
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  3. Janet says:

    Kuddo’s to you and your good looking recipies…..It is -18 here in Vining, Minnesota this morning and I was looking for some comfort food for dinner tonite. I am going to be making your BBQ Ribs for tonite…they look delicious and so easy…We live at the lake now but I do miss having our ranch where we used to raise quarter horses….. Is there a cookbook that you have put out with all these great recipies? I would love to get it.

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