AllisynPosted Friday, August 19, 2011, at 8:26 PM
There isn't much along the lines of animals that Al doesn't love. She spent several weeks here .... and found more fun than many would have. She isn't one to stay indoors, and she roamed this land like a wild child, and I'm dang proud of her for that.
Here, she is loving my Springer Spaniel, Scout (Mike, see?)
Scout LOVES...Loves I'm tellin' ya, to hunt Gophers...and he recruited Al to help him. There is a NEVER ending supply of them up here.
Yep, that is her, digging while Scout supervises.
And now it's his turn to dig
She even found Sally the Salimander
Al's Mom come to pick her up the first time
Al had to give Jillian the tour around the place. This is a wonderful place for a child to get to spend a summer. A playground of never ending fun.
Me, Jessica, Wendy and Jillian
We had private lakes .... so of course swimming has to be swum!
Al named this filly Marshmallow. She is a 3yr old filly, and Al is about to do some trotting over poles, bareback
Wayne showing Wendy and Laura the "Squeeze Chute" Not normally the way we demonstrate, but we're not normal
Temple Grandin would understand
The following pics are taken by my phone...so are in kind of random order.
One of Al's first rides out. It's cold early in June...but so gorgeous it takes your breath away.
Cold enough to wrap up in a blanket
Practicing handling a horse and a rope
Beautiful as a postcard
We went to a little "Finn" community. Just like old times, this General store took you back in time.
At the lake in McCall. Definitely worth the visit.
She's a stubborn little girl...arguing with the Bears.
Hugging Penneys Goodbye
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I am interested in this Community, County, and the beautiful state of Idaho. Most of my photos will be in Idaho, but from time to time, they will be my vacations aay from Idaho. You'll see lots of my Children and Grand children, along with others in my family. Of course there will be horses and horse related things, and things I photo'd horseback.