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21 02 2021

Even winter snow ponies get itchy bellies now and then and need a handy greasewood on which to scratch! This was at least the second greasewood so abused by Seneca while I visited. Meanwhile, Killian thought they served better as forage than as a scratchy stick (he was eating the twigs). πŸ™‚


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21 02 2021
Karen Schmiede

How cute!

22 02 2021
TJ

She really had an itch! πŸ™‚

21 02 2021
Sue E. Story

Multi-purpose greasewood. It never ceases to amaze me how those mustangs always find what they need – whatever the purpose – in those desert lamdscapes!

22 02 2021
TJ

They are completely adapted to their wild home. πŸ™‚

21 02 2021
lovewildmustangs

lLooks like Seneca found just the right fix!😁

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22 02 2021
TJ

I hope so. πŸ™‚

22 02 2021
Puller9

After looking at the horses at the stable with their mud covered bellies from racing around in melted snow and earth….this may be nature’s curry comb. πŸ™‚ It might also be a precursor to losing that winter coat and finding the best tools available for helping rid oneself of old hair. I’m already finding tufts of deer hair…the longer light causes all animals to lose their winter coat in spite of what Mother Nature says.

22 02 2021
TJ

Yes, despite the nighttime cold, they’re already starting to shed. It’s amazing how much longer the days already are. I suppose I think that every year. … At least this year we have snow to carry us to spring!

22 02 2021
Sue E. Story

“Landscapes”…. not lamdscapes. Don’t know what those are. 😁

22 02 2021
TJ

πŸ™‚

23 02 2021
TamrahJo

I love how much Nature includes ‘one stop shopping’ so often – LOL

26 02 2021
TJ

The mustangs know how to find what they need. πŸ™‚

26 02 2021
Pat

Nature provides!

26 02 2021
TJ

She does, indeed. πŸ™‚

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