Post of random photos.

Stare into these eyes and become sleepy, sleeepy, sleeeee... no wait! Keep reading my blog. Stare into these eyes and become hypnotized into reading my blog. Yeah, that's more like it.

Looks like a nice place to take the ol' horse for a walk doesn't it. Lo, city dwellers beware- for this is the gateway to the lair of the blood thirsty tick!! Turn away now while you still can.

Sneaky bastards. Look how this one sits on the grass with its legs splayed out. How improper!.. but effective. He's ready to snag a passerby.

See this one has gotten onto my lead rope and is trying very hard to burrow into it. Meanwhile I spot yet another one walking up my horse's leg. My horse is also swishing his tail, whipping it through the tall grass and then hitting me with it, which I have learned from past experience is a GREAT way to get ticks in my hair. Blech! Time to get out of there.

Now after all that tick nonsense howzabout I get down on the grass and take a worm's eye view of my lawn mower?

Oh, and here is the groundhog I wrote about earlier. He is hiding in his lush landscaped home. It was quite a nice hideout with plenty of tracks leading in and out of the bushes.

This is what it looks like now. How very sad. I haven't seen the groundhog the past few days I've visited the stables.

All this writing about ticks has made me itchy, time for me to shower off the stable dirt and delouse myself.

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