SATURDAY IS PHOBLOG DAY!






Today, I clean house.

HERE WE GO!

I laughed.

Mother Nature Wins!

Somewhere in Oregon. Gorgeous.

People are so creative.

Great shot.

This HAS to be a mare.

Whenever I see a bird with colors like this, I know there is a Maker – and he/she has fun!

Northern Lights.

See what I mean…?

Uhhhh…

I love these kinds of shots. Wild baby, wild mama.

Gorgeous.

Wow!

What a beautiful photo.

NEW BUTTON. DIFFERENT FUND. LET’S DO THIS!

KEEP THEM OFF THE TRUCK FUND.

FUND TOTAL AS OF TODAY:  $540 (Thank you!)   We’ve saved POWDER PUFF 2/7/22 ($800),  EDDIE 2/9/22 ($1200), SURSHA 3/16/22 ($780),  BABY FRED 4/7/22 ($650), “CC” Close Call  5/17/22 ($550), PACIFICA  5/22/22 ($780).

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  1. Bunny

    The plant life picture gave me a brief chuckle. Reminded me to re-read one of Michael Pollan’s first books (“Botany of Desire”) which delves into the subtle interrelationship between human populations and plants. I remember after reading the book the first time I was hoping it would continue to be a benign and long-game interrelationship. I got to thinking about how it’s always a struggle to make sure that poisonous plants are never where an equine could accidentally or on purpose graze. It’s going to cost me a small fortune to deal with the sudden proliferation of a very toxic invasive plant which happened this year all over the western half of my state – and in the meantime because of the explosion of growth I had to close off one of my pastures. Then yesterday I found some new shoots in my lawn, for heaven’s sake. Benign is not the word I’m currently using to describe plants!

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