We drove the road to Hana...its skinny, winding, runs off the edge of a cliff and in many places one lane. A one lane bridge every few hundred feet...seems like. And a beautiful drive if you have all day. And iron nerves..
Half way to Hana there was a botanical garden...absolutely gorgeous place to stop.
Done the road to Hana. Once. That was all it took to know I would never do it again. And honestly, she's 14 months old now, but Hana would have been an appropriate name for her based on your description and my experience...
in 2010, a lovely fellow COther was nice enough to trust two of her very special kitties to DH and I. We had intended to only keep 1, a Siamese. The other one, an orange tabby was going to a dear friend of mine. We showed up and out of the cage jumps the orange tabby, he landed on my chest and started rubbing and purring. I was a gonner! Meanwhile lovely awesome siamese boy had curled up on DH chest. I present Skittles (siamese) and Kid (orange Tabby) I swear they are brothers and are ying/yang. Outgoing Kid conquered Skittles more shy tendencies. http://s106.photobucket.com/user/lei...ss/story/15793
They started at less than a pound and are both now about 10-12 lbs each.
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Originally Posted by alicen:
What serious breeder would think that a horse at that performance level is push button? Even so, that's still a lot of buttons to push.