I was expecting a nice, relaxing ride with Tigger today. But things on an 8,000 acre ranch are hardly ever calm. Olo, our best summer customer horse went missing. So Tig and I saddled up and went on the hunt. Any time he brings his pistol is not good. We were expecting to find her on the ground with a snapped leg, and rode for over 3 hours in search.
Turns out she had somehow gotten over a fence and was chillin with the winter herd. That bitch.
Also, peeing in the woods while wearing long underwear, tight jeans and chaps is not easy.
I was challenged by Olly to post 10 horse photos from my phone. Admittedly, because my phone is old and dying and on it’s last legs, I can’t too photos on my phone. So these are photos from my computer that I always keep on my phone.
Bold colors, ornamental eve brackets, wrought-iron banisters and window shutters are some of the architectural elements of the houses you’ll pass as you walk the streets of the French Quarter neighborhood in New Orleans, LA.