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the cabin {part one}: another scheme to move somewhere beautiful

5.31.2011




i'm pretty sure i introduced myself to every horse
in the valley on our drive up to the cabin.
why is my family not a horse family?
i'm going to have to change that somehow at some point.
for now, i'll just get to know the neighbor's horsies
as much as i can through that barbed-wire fence.

8 comments:

Dancing Branflake said...

These are your neighbor's? They are gorgeous! I cannot tell you how much I adore and cherish horses. They will always have a special place in my heart.

Ann Marie said...

cabin neighbors...about an hour away from where we live in the city. yes, i am lucky to have neighbors with lovely horses indeed!

sami chu. said...

so beautiful! how could your family not be a horse family with these noble fellows around?

xo
sami

Netti said...

I just love pictures of horses, I really truly do. I love taking their pictures and viewing their pictures, and your pictures are perfect!

Margelaene said...

So gorgeous horses! I like them very much. Fortunately I live in a place close to the hourse farms, but not so close as I wished to. But I have a possibility to communicate with these magnificent animals every year... )
Thank you for sharing the story and the pictures!

bigBANG studio said...

GORGEOUS paints. My first horse was a big piebald like that. That first pic brought little tears to my eyes. Sigh.

Mei-li said...

I was thinking that was very interesting to see all this differents blogs from everywhere, and i can those picture from ( actually i don't from where ), but to see this wich seems familiar to you but not to me, and the stuff on my blog are familiar to me but not for the other, isn't great to be witness of what's happening on the other side of the earth !!!!

Meghan said...

Ahhhh, I just scrolled through all of the cabin photos. We are cabin neighbors (for real).