Oh, sunshine-y September! You have been so good to us. Shadow shot of the big boy, Pie, yesterday, and my foot. The wind was whipping and the road crew was working close by, but all the horses kept their cool. I've said it before - our farm, close to loud trucks on the turnpike and the annoying auto auction has given me three, steady quiet police horses. They are unflappable.
Wild mane whipping in the wind!
Foggy looking rounder!
Three cutie boys after our ride. I have better photos than this one, but I'll save them for another post. Pie, far right, is giving me the worried look about my phone, "Julwee, what is that scary thing you are holding there?" I rode early in the morning and then ran five miles with Brian. The Appalachian Trail was bathed in golden light and Brian and I felt sad for Maizie stuck in that airtight school building. Last evening, Brian, Maizie, my mom, and I joined friends and went roller skating. I fell on my knee when a little (heller) kid plowed into me! I am fine and kept right on going but I cut my knee and will be stiff in a few days. I posted before about how much I think staying loose and relaxed while skating is similar to riding a horse. The good thing about riding, though, is that there aren't little kids flying into you, knocking you off your horse at every turn!