Type: Posts; User: BasqueMom
So sorry and many hugs. Sounds like a wonderful friend. Have an 18 year little
Tuxedo lady named Roxy. Last of our Colorado kitties. Kidney function is starting to decline......
FYI, Valor Farm has been on the market for a while for $18 million (I think) for a
while. Beautiful place, pass it often on trips to shopping in that area.
Mine have had their second batch (4) and haven't been around for the last few
nights. Do miss them!
That longer wheel base makes for a better trailer ride.
The second batch has hatched out this week. There were five eggs when I peaked a few days ago...now only one but some dark little lumps and getting
dive bombed by a swallow air force when going out...
More jingles for Zoey!
Am so sorry.....such a lovely thoroughbred! May your memories help fill the hole in your hearts.
Our first batch of babies are up and gone as of a week or so ago. Mama is sitting
on a new batch of five eggs. Saw four in the last batch but only three little ones.
Methinks this is a new mom...
Am so sorry....hugs to you both. And RIP little Peanut!
Sounds like a really fancy sporting clay--Boom!
How sad....poor horse! It does sound like the killer beats his present existence,
if you can call it that.
have two and love them. Ride a third elsewhere and such a delight.
What part of the country are you? Somehow, a site showed up on my Facebook
called After the Races (located in PA). They have...
Looks lovely! Understand what you mean about the comfort. We're keeping our Dodge 2500 mega cab 4x4 2007 with the 5.9 engine (Dodge's 7.3). It's not a bad ride compared to our previous 1996 F250...
Another too early rather than too late advocate. Rotten decision when you should be celebrating the arrival of the foal.
We're basically Ford folks but have a Dodge diesel 2500 mega cab sitting outsie,
a 2007 with the 5.9 engine (their 7.3). They changed to a 6.7 with all the EPA
nonsense in later 2007. We bought...
So sorry! Always such a rough way for a horse to go.
Ours showed up about two weeks late and then had to build a new nest....the spiders had covered their nest and we took it down. They moved it to the other side of our back door. They ignore our...
Mine have built a new nest on the other side of our back door. Nest is nice lined with white feathers and for now, two pale pink eggs. Parents are hanging under the
porch at night now.
From what I understand on the other thread, all horses out safely but three and
they are in a good spot right now.
Recently bought a Tipperary to replace an Ovation that I took a fall in. Don't care
for the Tipperary and will probably pick up an Ovation next time am in tack stores neighborhood. Had a Troxel...
I am so sorry but it sounds like you are doing the right thing. Many hugs!