Oh my gosh! Those pics are adorable. I'd love to have my horses be able to stick their heads in my kitchen window!
I thought I was the only one with no cross fencing. Theoretically, mine could do that, but our windows don't work like that. I do love seeing them stand outside our dining room window, watching us watching them.If you are ever moseying around my blog, look in the August 2008 Archives at a post called Addicted to Pony Luv for pix.
Wonderful Photographs moments you will have now forever to treasure Lindax
What sweet photographs! =0) Ingrid
ROFLOL! I love these photos!
Wow, shades of Mr. Ed! I guess it is great to have no cross fencing!Hey, if you haven't already, check out my farm blog. I *ahem* MAY have an award for you :)
What great pictures!!! Reminds me of thr time I brought my horse into the house as a kid because my Mom was convinced that horses couldn't walk up stairs and I had to prove her wrong....I still remember her face when she found a horse in her kitchen..hee hee - Thanks for helping me dig up that memory!!!
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LOVE the pictures; I wouldn't trust Gilly to stick his head in the window, I am sure he would destroy it. Between him and Pokey they have chewed on everything they can get their teeth on, bad critters!! And if you opened a door Gilly would walk right in the house. LOL
I love your blog and these pics are sooooo cute! Our mules would walk right in the house, if they could! Don't know if the floor would support 1100 lbs, though!! Thanks for sharing!
How sweet are they!
love this- love it! I have one pasture right outside the studio door, but away from th e glass, but I can oen door and visit with who ever is in that pasture. So fun!