The first link is the bird that was on my hand. The second on is called a scrub jay, is that the one you are thinking of? They are really cool birds. Most of them are very habituated to humans and it used to be fun to get the cubs to feed them off their hands.
Fair winds, clear skies. element
The 52th has been taken at Giant's Causeway in Northern Ireland..All the pics aren't mine..unfortunately,I love Ireland and i will live there..then I will have time to through all these green fields..At the moment I only visited Galway,Dublin,Waterford,Gorey ,Glendalough((Wicklow county) and Connaught lakes..
OMG, I'm so sorry for not replying in AGES. I have been so busy and CONGRADULATIONS on being a grandma. It won't be soon now, only like a month till she/he is born.
Lol, yes I am alive, I just haven't had time to drop in and talk to anybody. I've had to aviod the intenet for like 2 month so I stay focused at school.
What's been happening with you lately? Nothing with me, I'm like the stereotypical boring teenage nerd who doesn't have a life. My life revolves around school, getting into uni and saving up for uni at the moment.
Lol, good ole Midnight Oil.
Hope your doing well. And I'll have to hang around here more often, now that I have a bit of time.
Hello. Thank you for the comment. I'm not related to anyone around here, other then my Mom&Dad. And they are from Penn. and Neww york. ALL we got from the storm is alote of rain all weekend.:( Have a good Day
30!?!?!?! Wow! Now that is a number!!!!
The Palamino is a 17.2 Swedish Warmblood - Silur is his name
The 2 dark seal bays are Mom and daughter (Gypsy and Lily, respectively). Gypsy was a PMU rescue horse that we got 3 years ago. Lily was 3 months old when we picked up her and her mom.
The paint is my daughter's American Curly - yup - CURLS! I call her the Freak of Nature!
I don't have a pic of Bo up - my daughter's original horse. He's a little Morgan/Quarter cross.
That's the herd!
Thoroughbred of course. We used to raise them and race them. Then a death in the family caused us to give it up. My dad and I were the only ones who loved horses. So I was out voted and they were sold. Still love horses, the smell, the nickers, and the sound of thundering hooves whether on the race track or through the pasture.
Guinness is 10 years old and I had planned to just use him for a pleasure/trail horse. However, he moves so beautifully I have actually considered showing him english pleasure (saddleseat), but he is still quite green and that won't happen for a while! I will add his pictures to my page today (I hope). Standardbreds are very cool, I love seeing them at the American Royal in Kansas City! There was one named Batman that could fly around the ring -- it looks like a blast!
Hi! I see that you like (love?) horses...I share the same interest. In fact I have always owned American Saddlebreds, but I recently sold them all and bought my first Clydesdale. I bought him the day before I went on my trip to Ireland and picked him up when I got home. I named him Guinness in honor of my new love - Ireland! He is beautiful! I plan on putting his picture on my page soon.
Hi, Old Warhorse3. Are you a cowboy by any chance? When did you drivfe through my fair city? They tell me it's growing, but I can't see it. This is my first foray into social networking, and I think I will enjoy it a lot. Thanks for the welcome.