Stay warm until next time!
Monday, February 2, 2015
Last week meteorologists went crazy predicting snow. We were supposed to get a TON of it. Everyone hunkered down and battened their hatches.The power company warned about power outages; town officials advised putting together an "emergency kit" for the house and the car. A travel ban went into effect. I half expected Anderson Cooper to show up for live coverage.
On Saturday, the snowmobilers were all over. I haven't seen one all season and in one day we saw about ten of them. This picture was taken on the short trail and three guys were just shooting down from the direction of Quartz Corner. I tip my hat to them; every single one we saw that day slowed to a stop as soon as they saw my brumby and me and then waited for my signal to proceed with slowly. Lilly was perfectly calm around them, but honestly you never really know how a snowmobile-horse encounter might go. I appreciate their willingness to respectfully share the trail.
We had a great ride overall. To see my GoPro video of our gallop up the short trail, just click here! It is pretty awesome.
And then we took off.
Before leaving the snowmobiles and heading for the trail, Bill traded Ruby for Pokey.
For a supershort video of some of this horsing around , just click here.
Even though I did not make it to the farm, I did get to see my neighbor's horses having fun in the snow.
Me= Happy horse owner, snow reveler and satisfied Patriots fan.
Posted by baystatebrumby at 6:56 PM
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Jodie's hilarious little mustache!
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But is that Pokey? I can't even tell. I do have a video of Pokey wanting the camera all to himself. Click here to see it!
They had been pent up in a smaller pasture for a while and had a lot of energy to kick around! Thank goodness it wasn't too icy for them. because it quickly became crazytown out there. Pokey jumped up off of all four feet and did a binky mid-air! Click right here to see it!
I don't see them get this way very often.
Bill yelled for them to not trample the fences!
Meanwhile, Lilly and Qtee had been watching from the pasture across the street where Lilly has been feeling ornery because she too wants to to stretch her legs, When I put her across the street with the others, first she did some roly polies.
On that note, good night!
Posted by baystatebrumby at 4:58 PM