Did you know that? Because I didn't until just now. Neighbor goats went all cray-cray (only time I have said that word) for some leftover crunchy beet pulp. Huh.
And also, I think we need a drum roll, because.....I ate too much spaghetti!
No, just kidding. BACON AND PANDORA ARE HOME!!!! And I did eat way too much.
|Whoa. New house!|
So after work, I rushed home to find that he had thrown her back in her pen with her shipping boots still on standing in about a foot of mud. Nice job there, buddy. I took those off, attempted to get in her the trailer, and realized that she wasn't going to fit no matter how much we wanted her to. Way to tall for our tin can two horse trailer. Plus, I don't think she had been let out of her pen for several months and it was all windy and crap, so that didn't help. I decided to lunge her, and I felt like I was flying a very large kite.
|"Hey Eugene! Is this what I am supposed to be doing?"|
|Aaannnddd my body was done. Boy walks me back.|
Then, redheadlins and friends brought a spacious three horse over, and loaded up the nervous wreck of mine, and the Pandora. Very slowly, ever so slowly, we drove to our home. I was amused when the horses arrived, saw me out of their windows, and nickered at me in what I would call a very confused tone.
They came. They saw. They rolled. And rolled. And rolled some more. Loving all of their new sand and mudless pens. I was very happy. And very exhausted.
|We got us a sand pile!|
|Well hello Bacon's ass. Welcome to the picture.|
|That's funny. I don't remember bringing a yak home.|
|Nobody likes ass chunkage.|
|Well OK, maybe Bacon's.|
|Strechy stretch. All decked out in OTTB wear!|
So, there you have it. Two down, two more to go! I am so excited for them to be here!