Saturday, July 19, 2008

Saturday 19 July 2008

Very hot and very humid again today. I got my van back with it's new tow hitch but forgot that there is wiring involved so the lights on the trailer work!!! So I guess I wont be taking Cayenne to the trails tomorrow after all. We had a small thunderstorm this afternoon which just made everything more muggy but we have had none for a while now so the grass welcomed it I am sure.

This is a portrait of one of the three fillies we have down the road. They are a bit sunburned on their muzzles but eating like little pigs and getting fatter each day. This is Dee the prettiest of the three.
More squirrels, this is the little guy who came in really close but he didnt stick around long before running for the cover of the tree trunk.


I didn't get any riding done again today but did manage to get rid of the broken washing machine that we had to replace recently at the metal scrap yard. I was lucky enough to be about number 20 in the line and of cuorse sat in the sun in my little unairconditioned truck, which provided me with the perfect place for a sauna LOL!!!!!

Well nothing exciting to report for the day. I wish spring and fall were longer with their tolerable temperatures but that is Indiana for you.

Hope you are all having a great weekend. ((((Hugs)))))

Lori
xx

7 comments:

raccoonlover1963 said...

Hey Lori. Sorry I missed you earlier. I love the first squirrel, just peaking up over the stump. Reunion went okay, but it was outside and terribly hot! Great shot of Dee.
TTYL
Lisa

Abraham Lincoln said...

I had forgotten totally about sunburn and horses. What happens to some memories is beyond me. All nice photographs.

Abraham Lincoln
—Brookville Daily Photo

CG said...

I love your photos and hearing all about your day :) {{HUGS}}

Grey Horse Matters said...

Great pictures and the little filly is beautiful. We had a paint horse whose nose always sunburned, the girl we bought him from used to put the white zinc that lifeguards use to stop his nose from peeling. And so that is how he got his name, Lifeguard. One of the best horses I've ever known.

Wingnut said...

Hey Lori, if I am lucky, Blogger will let me post this evening....

Great stuff as always, love the squirrels, and I so want that filly! I wish I wish I wish I could have her, lol........

raccoonlover1963 said...

come visit my post. There's something there for you!
Lisa

LuĂ­sa Lima said...

Hey Lori,

Even cooler squirrels!!!

Can you send one of your fillies by plane? ;-) They're beautiful!

Luisa

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