There he is...Masterpiece with his bum knee and old body, out there in the pasture with the rest of the herd. He has started to bounce back (not normal yet).
It was very humid in the barn this morning, but there was a decent breeze outside.
When I visited the Three Amigos, Newbie was perched in the window...
Lily was on her plush bed....and Sophie was hiding.
The rest of the morning was a blur.
Leftover pizza for lunch, then headed over to Apple Creek Farm to mow the lawn.
Drove down Canal Road....didn't see any boats on the way.
The apples are not so plentiful in the orchard this year, and they seem behind in their growth.
When I got home around 4, something spooked the horses and they ALL came cantering into the paddock...even Masterpiece. How he did that I will never know. Could not get my camera out fast enough to take a video. Did chores around 5.
A beautiful evening.
Gary worked on the last section of his little orchard today. It is looking mighty fine. Tomorrow it should be finished.
Took off the ponies masks, but did not put them in yet. Too nice for that. There was a Sophie siting as she sat in the window facing the paddock. Can't wait to turn them out tomorrow.
Many people stopped in for the t shirts and parking permits...only a few more days until the Duck Derby. Hope the weather stays nice for the Art Festival.
Perhaps tomorrow will be more exciting. Just not in a picture taking groove today.