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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Christmas Horses


It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Every where you go! 


Maggie's Farm
Clifton, Ohio
12-18-12


38 comments:

  1. yeah I love these Christmas horses betsy!!
    anyway I love red and green;)x

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    1. I had to stop today and take a picture! :)

      And...you are first!

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    1. Nope, he was in my blog so is coming Im sure!

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    2. haha....he must be at work, lurking when he has a moment.

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  3. lovely bright spots in a gray day, eh? :)

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    1. yes, very! So cute. I pulled into their muddy drive and got my Jeep a mess, though. The Mister came in through the garage tonight and asked if I went 4-wheeling in the mud today. haha.

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    2. I guess if it refuses to snow one must find something to have fun in! haha

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    3. haha....I think I'll steal that line! :)

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  4. After seeing and feeding the horses in Boise up close and personal, I now have a thing for horses... I'd sure like to have these in back yard.

    Love those red and green blankets..so festive!!!

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    1. the one with the green blanket really paid attention when I talked to him. The one in the red thought I was annoying! ha.

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  5. Red and green blankets! How fun. :)
    Almost bought Hannah a bridle for her horse this afternoon, but she wasn't sure what size he needs. He's a rescue horse at the barn where she rides.

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    1. a rescue horse...aw..how cool! He's very pretty, too, from the photos you've shown!

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  6. ha festive coats....love the horses as well...we have several stables nearby...

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    1. very festive...sure caught my eye as I was driving along!

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  7. Awwwwww the horsies are wearing christmas colours! Yay! Take care
    x

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    1. very appropriate, don't you think? haha...and so cute!

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  8. haha a red and green scene
    Oh so serene
    Now if there was snow
    Christmas would be all a go
    But you keep that down there
    At your lair haha

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    1. Snow would have completed the look
      down here in the Ohio nook!
      I won't wish snow on you
      but I've love it if it fell on the zoo!
      hahaha!

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  9. Those horses are certainly set for the holiday. Very cute!!

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    1. Aren't they? I wonder if they always wear those red and green blankets or if it really was chosen for Christmas!

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  10. They are such a sweet family! Maggie is a Vet!

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  11. Beautiful horses Betsy.
    And I wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas

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    1. Well, Hi, Eddie! Great to see you! Merry Christmas to you, too!

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    1. me, too! Just about to get it in the oven here.

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    2. Im hungry ...may I go to your home? LOL

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  13. Round here, I see all kinds of dogs dressed up for Christmas.
    This is the first time I've seen horses.
    What a fun place to live close to.

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    1. Oh yes, the dogs in their sweaters...so cute!

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  14. Great subject to capture! There's no snow on the ground here. Climate change is all I can attribute this to or some weird weather cycle. Up until a few years ago, I never gave much thought to a Christmas without snow. Now I wonder if we'll ever have white Christmas' again.

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    1. Oh, there's a huge blizzard on it's way!

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