Thursday, March 22, 2012

Rural Thursday Blog Hop #4

Here is Nancy's description of this blog hop:

Rural Thursday is a Weekly Blog Hop where participants can share
  information and photos
about what's currently happening in and around their rural/country/farm home.

Clearly, that's not me, I live in the "berbs"!!
I would probably die if I knew what was happening on your farm.
Truth be told, I could never get that dirty!!

But week after week, I have to join in,
perhaps it's because I think I have what it takes to live on a farm!!
I don't!!


These beautiful horses live on a farm right off my bike path,


they wanted to come see me but 3 beautiful fences separated us!!

I have blogged about these gorgeous horses before.
In case you missed that entry it can be viewed here!!
They were in a different field and I was able to get closer!!

I am traveling today to my "flower" destination,
wait till you see where I end up!!



Hop on over, to see some real amazing country living!!



30 comments:

  1. LOL, Debbie, I suspect you would manage just fine. You'd be too busy taking pictures to notice the dirt ;-)

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  2. oh these guys are just gorgeous!

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  3. I always enjoy it when you post pictures of this place. It really is pretty and I like how that horse is looking straight at you.
    Have fun.

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  4. Lovely, friendly horses. And great Photo OP! :-)

    Read "Mary Jane's Farm" magazine and follow her blog. That's about all the Farm-Girl I can muster, too. :-)

    "I have made it a rule never to smoke more than one cigar at a time..."
    ~Mark Twain

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  5. You are a hoot!

    I LOVE these beauties. Thanks for sharing them.

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  6. They sure are beautiful and I was a city girl turned country girl and you do get used to it :)

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  7. I say you're a rural girl in spirit, and that's all that matters. Such pretty horses.

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  8. Beautiful horses Deb.
    gr. Marijke

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  9. One can enjoy both; the country and the city thanks to our wonderful cameras and the internet.....You do great in both....

    These horses are gorgeous....I think horses like to pose for pictures, what do you think?

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  10. Where ever you are - those horses were beautiful. Sandie

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  11. Beautiful horses and photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  12. I am sure you will do just fine at a barn. I tell my I would be a happy camper on a barn with horses, pigs, sheep and lots of dogs. He laughs. Don't understand why, it not like I am prissy at all.
    Can't wait to see what you have up your sleeve with tomorrows share.
    Ana

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  13. These are beautiful horses. I don't fancy the firty work either :))

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  14. Hey ~ you have what it takes to photograph farms and rural things... so that makes you practically a real farmer!!

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  15. Beautiful horses! They were really curious about you, weren't they?

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  16. Beautiful pictures Debbie as always. BTW I can get you in the barn with these horses :) I know their owners we'll have to set up an ambush scavenger hunt!

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  17. I'm so happy you joined us Debbie -- these horses are gorgeous! You are always welcome, you know that. :)

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  18. Just gorgeous photos!

    Glad to see you back - I've missed you!

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  19. Beautiful shots of the horses, Debbie! Gorgeous animals!

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  20. Debbie, I just love horses and these guys/gals are just beautiful. Wonderful photos. Have a happy weekend!

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  21. Yes, I think you'd adapt to anything! Love the horses - they loved you too.
    Can't wait to see your flower destination... cheers! :D)

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  22. I love horses...
    Sorry my absence but I had the flu...
    hard times...
    I'm better now. I see you are in W. DC.
    And you are having fun: that is good!
    ENJOY!
    Kisses
    BShell

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  23. They are gorgeous! That one looks very interested in you.

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