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Tuesday, October 6, 2009
Tuesday October 6 2009
It came like a freight train: winter!
Snow in the Owyhees.
Fairy ice crystals on the fence posts.
Steam from horse noses.
Steam rises from the mud and floats along the ground like leftover smoke from a forest fire.
Heat rises from the horses as the sun comes over the ridge.
We seem to have skipped over fall. For all you winter whiners, look out: my heat whining is over and my winter giddiness has begun. Bring it on!
Posted by The Equestrian Vagabond at 11:10 AM
Labels: autumn, endurance horses, fall, Owyhee, Owyhee mountains, snow, The Equestrian Vagabond, winter
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Oh that looks cold. To early for snow. We just got a cold front here in texASS and it 57*. I AM READY FOR SUMMERReplyDelete
yup we had 3 inches or so of the white stuff..ReplyDelete
cid and gazi
Beautiful pictures! I love the frozen tumbleweeds.ReplyDelete