Mud boots, 2

9 03 2021

Technically speaking, these aren’t mud boots; they’re my hiking boots. They’re just muddy because, well, I was hiking in them, and the ground on which I hiked is more mud than dirt at the moment.

But to find even the teeniest bits of this (and it IS teeny; my phone is about an inch away from the superb greenery), not to mention seeing wild, still-fluffy-because-it’s-still-technically-winter ponies, it’s SO worth it.


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9 03 2021
Pat

Green coming up! Just don’t get stuck in the mud!

13 03 2021
TJ

Thank goodness for the green … as little as it is (it’s only March!). 🙂

9 03 2021
Trish

Bring on spring, green and lush !.

13 03 2021
TJ

Yes, please!

9 03 2021
lovewildmustangs

Technically speaking it looks like you were cemented into the ground!

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13 03 2021
TJ

Ha, no. Just thick and still wet. … I’ll admit I did think mob thoughts, though!

9 03 2021
baileytan

You’re one tough lady. Trudging through mud can wear one out quickly. Bring on the green!😊

13 03 2021
TJ

Toughness in this case was fairly relative to the determination I had to see mustangs despite the ground conditions for a few weeks! 😉

9 03 2021
Sue E. Story

😅 Been there, TJ! Boots with BIG mud wedgies and “casings.” But I agree – it’s all worth it!

13 03 2021
TJ

Both my boot laces had already shredded earlier this winter and had to be tied together. If you look closely, you can see that my right boot is missing a cross section of lacing … because it tore/broke/split again. I tied it again to a different place, enough to get me out of the mud with both boots intact! Now both boots have new laces. 🙂

9 03 2021
TamrahJo

Mud caked boots in spring is the ‘extra workout’ that helps us get rid of the ‘winter pounds’ we added to insulate, before we suffocate from them come summertime – :D. at least that’s the story I tell myself…… 😀

13 03 2021
TJ

Ha – don’t I know it! I try to stay in shape through the winter in preparation for spring … but yeah, sometimes motivation is hard to find! 🙂

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