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Our July weather has continued to be extremely pleasant the last few days. Yet again we did not get out of the 70’s today. We also had rain off and on all day today. When Amy and I were feeding this morning we both got pretty wet. I managed to stay dry throughout the day including riding two horses. When I set out to do pm feeding and scrub/fill water troughs Jason said I should put Mina and Jo outside since it looked like the rain was done. I went over to the barn and put the goats outside, and turned the stalled horses out.

I kept looking at the clouds in the sky thinking we couldn’t possibly be done with the rain. I made the decision to delay stall cleaning and do my pasture “stuff” first just in case. Thank goodness I didn’t listen to Jason and looked at the sky! As I was walking back to the barn after finishing up the skies opened up and I got soaked again, but at least only for a minute this time. When I reached the barn I could hear two screaming, bellowing, distraught fainting goats in their pen because they were getting soaked. Goats hate to get wet and Mina and Jo won’t go in their houses when it rains, they stand at the gate screaming to be brought in to their stall in the barn. So I got soaked again as I ran out to to open their gate so they could come back in the barn. They aren’t spoiled at all!

It was pleasant to listen to the rain on the roof of the barn while I cleaned stalls, scrubbed water buckets and refilled hay for the next day. The horses enjoyed the warm rain and I didn’t see any horses in their shelters, they were all out grazing in the rain. Actually no matter what time of the year and what the temperature is I rarely see a horse in the shelter when it is raining – kind of irritating really! You spend thousands of dollars per shelter so they can ignore them. I guess it makes us humans feel better to say that they have man-made shelters!

It can be confusing to identify the gray mares from a distance; L-R Buffy, Harmony, Lily


Faune

Winston; Winston had a little scrape on his leg that the flies found extremely attractive for some reason so I’ve been keeping it wrapped


Lightening, resident Arabian


The family; the goslings are pretty much grown up


Trigger, Baby and Tony


Ivan giving me the look of “what do you want, I’m busy!” as he was grazing by the pond


Levendi and Dustin; Baby and Tony are in the background


Lily, Missy and Buffy


Cuff Links

MyLight and Lily hanging out under the trees


Homer (aka Homey or Homefry)


Leo and Trigger groomed on each other


This photograph is an excellent example of my terrible photography skills; I managed to cut Leo’s nose off.


Slinky, Lightening and Teddy with Tony behind the fence



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