Sunday, June 13, 2010


The road we took last night
where we drove through the water

As well as three others we tried this morning.
It made getting back and forth between horse-locations
a bit more challenging than usual.

After a rather long night of keeping up with the incoming water in the basement, in the grand scheme of things, we don't have it all that bad. It does give me a new appreciation for the amount of work happening in basements locally and across the nation after the massive rainfall amounts we've been seeing lately, though.

And on the bright side,
I don't think I've ever seen
quite so much of the basement floor -
nor seen it quite so shiny!

Belly rubs are always welcome!

The rest of the ponies at the farm got their shots this morning. (Late, I know, but for whatever reason finding 6 doses of 4-way in one spot was a problem. Next year I'm just going to order it first thing and pay the shipping.) Sunny and Amyra & Rufus already had theirs a while back, but the other six don't get the West-Nile combo, so...

Feeding the cats at the farm this a.m. - there are, at last count, 19 of them, I think. None of which are reproduction-capable, thank goodness! All friendly, too - in fact it's a good idea to check the back of the truck and roll up the windows, as a couple of them have tried to go home with us more than once.

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