Saturday is PhoBlog day! I’m still trying to figure out a combination word for Photo/Blog/Coffee. Do you have an idea?
OK, onward to our photos! Today, I pulled entirely from the Internet. I didn’t have any good shots from around here.
1) This is a photo from 1901. The inscription says, “Linus, horse with long mane and tail at Pan-American Exposition- Buffalo, N.Y. 1901.
Sold to Frank E. Bostock and taken to England.” Some other internet fan did some research and sadly, this horse broke his hip during his travels and they think he died in 1906 in Australia. I’d sure love to know what kind of genetic mutation (or very careful handling) allowed him to grow such lovely hair. I think I smell a future blog topic brewing…
Enjoy and have a great weekend! Check back tomorrow!