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Saturday is PhoBlog Day!

Today, I have several photos that are not really related at all.   So, here goes!

1)  This was on MSNBC this week.  Did you see it?  The rain in this city in Poland had all the waters rising.  Here we see two farmers rescuing work horses from the barn.

2)  I love happy endings… This foal was rescued by Rainbow Meadows Equine Rescue.  As you can see by the ‘before’ and then the ‘after’ picture, this boy has improved greatly.  His name is Winrischa (aka Win) which means”Tall Oak” in the Wea Indian Language of an area tribe.  The rescuers named him that because “The mighty oak was once a little nut that stood it’s ground!”

3)  This is Gabe the Wonder Horse and his buddy Topper. I include pictures of them often because it is such a great story.  You can read it here.

Anyway, these pics crack me up.  Obviously, the photog bothered Gabe’s slumber.  You can just read his face, can’t you?!  “Hey, I’m trying to sleep here!”

4)  I love this one.  In Alaska, this man took his reindeer for a walk.  Her name is Star.  How sweet!

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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Jeanne Dagenette

    The human Winrishca was my great great grandfather. He was a strong man emotionally who endured much and won in the end. This is a very appropriate name for this dear colt who all at Rainbow Meadows loves so much.

    Thank you Rainbow Meadows for leading him through the healing process. Yes, Rainbow Meadows is a great place to be a horse.

  2. Maggie

    I’m one of Win’s supporters at Rainbow. He was a sad little baby when he came in. Rainbow Meadows is a great place to be a horse.

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