Friday, July 8, 2011

Something's Afoot - Comfortable as an Old Shoe

Hay, Doc... are you there?
It's me... Pippin. I can't see you. 


Yeah, I'm here... you idiot...
who did you think would be on the
other side of the partition? 
The great and powerful Wizard of Oz?


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Uh, Doc .... I've a feeling that we're 
not in Kansas anymore!

* Sigh *  we never were in Kansas... 

Ok... just sayin'... 
we aren't exactly where we were.


Pssst, Doc... this doesn't look 
like an auction to me.
I don't see any other horses.


Nope... this isn't an auction - 
This is Heaven!
Nom-en-om-en-nom....
Sorry to talk with my mouth full
but.... I just can't help myself!


Mmmm.... know what you mean!

10 comments:

  1. Awww, they look so happy! All safe and sound in their new home.

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  2. OK, I think I have it figured out! Since the wagons are selling today, My best guess is that they wanted some good looking horses to pull them for display during the auction. Good job for Doc and Pippin! (But let's keep Pippin guessing, shall we?)

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  3. Yummmm

    Is right!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

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  4. Oh my goodness! You had me giggling out loud with the Great and Powerful Oz bit. lol! Too dang funny!

    Happy grass-fed ponies! That's the the kind of trailering surprise that horses live for!

    ~Lisa

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  5. Happy horsey homecoming! Oh happy day!

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  6. Doc and Pippin your conversation had me giggling!!!

    Enjoy your new digs!

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  7. I'll bet Doc and Pippin are loving their new home as much as you are.

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  8. Nothing is quite as beautiful as a happy horse grazing.

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  9. Fun comments from happy horses!

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