Life On and Off an Acreage

In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.

Two things that horses are scared about:

1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move

March 28, 2013

Out For a Walk

We've got a guest for the next two weeks, Mad Max. Lots of energy, warm day, time to burn some of the energy off. It's easy going on the packed snowshoe trail. Even I had no trouble walking. It was so nice that  Boots left the horses for a while.

However, if you step off the trail, it's a different story. It did not slow Max down at all.
Brooklyn, now, that's a little bit different. "I don't leave trails".
"Well, for a stick, maybe I'll venture out a bit".
Max: " Come on and play with me"
Brooklyn: " Nope, too much like work, got a good stick here".
Max: " Well, maybe there is a stick under here".
Max: "Nope. No stick. Come on and play"
Boots: " Enough of this nonsense. Got to go and watch the horses".
"I'm hot. I'm tired. I'm overheated. I am in the shade and on ice! Don't bug me!"
 "Likewise over here. However, whatever people may hint at, I'm NOT over weight! I am just FLUFFY!"


5 comments:

MTWaggin said...

Max had a rockin good time you could tell!

TexWisGirl said...

love boots.
love brooklyn.
love your mad max guest!

so cute!!!

Margaret said...

Hmm. Fluffy? I adore the Mad Max trail blazer - I can't believe how much snow you still have. I won't tell you what shade green we have been enjoying around here (NC)

peihome said...

Hey, that's a pretty good path through the snow! You've got a lot left; ours is hanging in there, too, but slowly starting to melt. Do your dogs dig up mice nests in the snow? Mine sure do!

luckybunny said...

That's a lot of snow still! I'll stop complaining about mine :) It's good though, we shouldn't run into it being too dry this year since we all had good snow to help... hopefully!