Pony-On-Horse Love

The owner of the farm won’t appreciate it if I describe where we saw it, but I almost drove off the road today for laughing.

Not far from Clallam Bay, three full-size horses are being kept in a roadside pasture, along with a itty bitty miniature horse.

Their activities were glimpsed only in passing, but all I can say is — will somebody please get that tiny black stallion a chair?


5 thoughts on “Pony-On-Horse Love

  1. Heh. I don’t want to know. I don’t even want to visualize it.

    Oh, btw, hi there. It’s been a long time… last time I saw you (only time, come to think of it) was back in February of 1988… when I was en route between the US and Alaska, and Seattle was my jump-off point. I still have the sketch, too.

  2. Hey, let’s just say that considering the length of his watch tower, he should have been able to preach right to her.

    Oh, yeah — so how are ya? You do know I’ve forgotten which sketch…

  3. Doing well enough, living in Florida for some time now. Life never seems to stop around me, not even for a smoke break. Then again, it keeps me out of trouble.

    As for the sketch, it was of yours truly as a half-horse, looking for all the world as if he just came out of the Gieselthal. The fact that I’ve managed to keep hold of it through 5 moves, 3 major hurricanes and one separation is nothing short of amazing. *chuckle*

  4. It could be worse. I could have been living in New Orleans when Katrina tried to move it up to Milwaukee. As for three moves is that same as a fire, maybe that explains all the heat I’ve been getting lately from work. That, or Father Winter’s lulling me into a sense of false security.

    Then again, it could just be tonight’s spicy dinner.

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