Mares wait for no stallion

13 10 2020

Kwana follows his ladies away from their evening drink.

The mountains are clearer than they’ve been lately. Our temps dropped, which is lovely, but no clouds means no rain.


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11 responses

13 10 2020
Pat

Love it, just follow the ladies!

19 10 2020
TJ

They know what they’re doing. 🙂

13 10 2020
Karen Schmiede

Ladies in the lead!

19 10 2020
TJ

It’s the mustang way! 🙂

13 10 2020
Sue Story

Kwana ” has their backs.” He’s not only handsome but attentive too!

19 10 2020
TJ

Oh, yes. He goes where – and when – the mares go. 🙂

13 10 2020
TamrahJo

No rain here on the Eastern plains, either, but appears we ‘weathered’ the high wind and extreme fire danger, here locally, the past two days –

19 10 2020
TJ

Prayers for you all to get rain and avoid fires! I think you’re seeing more smoke again from the Colorado fires?

19 10 2020
TamrahJo

Yes, it comes and goes – and sometimes, here, hard to tell the ‘haze’ from winter items moving in, unless the smell is strong, as I’m surrounded by neighbors with wood-burning stoves, which have, here of late, been put into use overnight – :). But, still, overall, (and especially! After i did the “700 Years” tour some years ago at Mesa Verde”!) I realize that we here, while at nearly the same altitude as over there, seem to often be blessed by more rainfall/year than there – – that said, it was a moment in time 6 years back and this past year has been hard on all of us, on the rain fronts! But, for me, tornadoes, drought, blizzards, wild/grass fires still seem easier to deal with (personally) than earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes – :). I guess, for me, I feel more comfortable with the ‘devils I know’ – 😀

19 10 2020
TamrahJo

P.S the “yup its the fire haze” confirmation rolled in around 1pm or so today. Sigh. Hoping the high country gets some rain or snow here soon!!

19 10 2020
TJ

We have a new fire on our horizon as of today. It’s not close enough to be a danger to us, but it’s still disconcerting to see smoke from an active fire so relatively close. I definitely don’t want to deal with hurricanes or earthquakes … OR fires and tornadoes! Here’s to rain and snow for all of us!

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