Well, Alpha Mom did kinda make up for her heartless abandonment of me. First of all, she came home last night, which was great cause for celebration. But today went even better. I thought that she and Blog Mom were going to take me for a walk and I was all psyched for that, but instead we got in the car.
So, I got psyched about that instead. They didn't tell me where we were going, but being a dog, I'm an optimist and assume it's going to be someplace great. And this time it was. We went to the Willow Rock Horse Farm, where my very big brother and his friends live.
This is not my brother. This is Shorty who is the greeter there. He's getting ready to greet me. I can't imagine where he got the name "Shorty" from, can you?
Now this is my very big brother, Sarge. His full name is Sergeant Pepper, but everyone calls him Sarge. He was hanging out in a paddock when we arrived.
He's very friendly and is usually glad to see everyone, especially if they come bearing carrots. Doesn't he have a nice face?
I think he's got a nice profile, too. Sarge was hanging out right near the Family, as I think of them. They deserve their own post and will get one soon.
The big guy is William and the minis are Dolly and her daughter Bells - or Belles. Not sure which. More about them in a new post very soon.
It seems that this horsey is being held prisoner. I wasn't able to find out why. He seemed pretty calm about it, I must say.
There goes Shorty, helping out with something else. He sure keeps busy.
What a beautiful day for this outing. And so many sights to see and smells to sniff it's hard to think what to do next.
I didn't catch their names, I'm afraid, but they seemed to be a pair of good friends.
Everyone comes up to the fence as you pass. For one thing, you never know who might have a carrot on them.
This is Gala. She's an Arabian, but she's not all snobbish about it at all.
Time to find some cool shade. There's plenty of that inside the barn.
Gabe was in the barn, too. He's Gala's son and he felt it was time for a Little Something. I just thought I'd have a nice drink.
It's been a lovely day, but it was time for me to go. Back in the car and home to a long afternoon nap.
Note: Blog Mom has informed that she'll probably be home late for the next two nights. That means we have a forecast of only partial visiting and a probable lack of posting for a couple of days.