7 12 2015


It’s that weird time of year when the water is mostly frozen, but there’s no snow – alternative to frozen ponds and seeps. The temperatures warm enough during the days that the horses are able to paw through thin ice at the edges of ponds and get to liquid water.

“They” say we’re supposed to have a good winter (“good” in our part of the country defined as “lots of snow”); *we* are waiting (rather impatiently)! Though these days *are* amazingly beautiful. 🙂




2 responses

7 12 2015
Sue Story

I’ve been hearing all summer and fall how this winter is supposed to be “above average” in moisture, El Nino and all, but I have learned after 40 years in this country to believe it when I see it. Let’s keep hoping Tj, especially for “our” beautiful mustangs to have an abundance of water!

7 12 2015

Perfectly well said! Here’s hoping for a wonderful winter in the high desert! 🙂

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