*makes a shocked face*
It must be something about hooved herbivores. What ever it is that they have in common, it's what makes me love them so much. The way they move in a jaunty little trot, maybe.
I'd said it many times over the years that my late great Sarahgoatkin was easily one of my favorite pets ever.
But I couldn't remember quite what it was about her that I enjoyed so much.
I'm still not quite sure what it is about them that I like so much, but I can't believe there was a 15 year gap between Sarahgoatkin and my Scarborough Fair group.
look! It's a hillbilly weed whackers!
Pars is mad at me, I had to cut back his scurs today (deformed horns that grow if their disbudding as babies isn't done just right, his would grow into his neck if I didn;t take them off every two months or so) and coat his head in salve and that involved sitting on him while he gave me the old stink eye. The picture is post-scur removal. he is starting to smell like a billy goat, and after wrestling with him I smelled like a billy goat too. I actually don't find the smell offensive. That doesn't mean I want to have buck smell all over me on a hot summer day, though.
My little ponies are doing well.
I thought Brego was losing weight during this hot spell. But looking at these pictures, I'm not so sure. I think maybe he is just losing condition in his bum because I have not been working him at all in this heat.
I got video of Brego playing with some corn stalks but Tsu is downloading something and my connection is WAY too hosed to accomplish much of anything.
I'm still not spending much time online, so don't freak out if I am still mostly MIA.