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This Week's Thundering Herd Special Features
Weekly thoughts from our Hu-Dad with the latest updates on his writing projects, the books he's reading, and a gratuitous dog photo of us.
What Weather When?
March 26, 2023
How do you dress for a day in the Western North Carolina Mountains? Just answer what weather when? Good luck with that.
Way Back Wednesday
Each week, we reach back into our vault of over 4,700 previous posts and share a favorite. We hope you enjoy this look back.
The Queen and Decorum
Even after a long hike, a Queen must always avoid a fashion faux pas like, say, an out of place tongue. No, the Queen and Decorum are intact.
Great photos. Love seeing horses…they are so beautiful.
wow! so many horses..!
In NC we had a neighbor with horses and we owned a mini-schnauzer who used to chase them, barking, and they ran from her. We had some serious chats with her about this and had to keep her from the pasture, but it was fun while she could! She was sure they were big dogs.
Jo and Stella
This post makes me miss the big dogs that I grew up with! I’m content with the smaller dogs now, but those big dogs are a whole different sort of adventure.
Kodiak, you weren’t distracting the Hu-Dad from driving to take your picture, were you?
Those big dogs are just beautiful and they all look like they are very well cared for. Bet The Herd would love to have a chance to run with them.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
THOSE big dogs are beautiful and nice. We saw some cow dogs last weeekend that made gross noises and tried to lick me! Ick! AND the humans would not even let us roll in the pasture!
Check out Friday’s post…we are fast approaching Herd status…or at least platoon.
Wow and we thought we were big dogs!
Licks and lots of slobber,
Lexi and Jasper the Danes
Those ARE some big dog neighbors! How cool to get to see them, though. My high school backed up to a horse stable (the two were not affiliated) and sometimes the coaches would have to round up some horses that got out on the baseball field! It seemed like it happened 3 or 4 times each school year!
Wow – that puts new meaning to “sliding” to base if you step in the wrong thing.
Looks good with all the green starting to come out! Daisy would like to meet the big dogs too.
Oooh. Grass and big dogs. Does it get any better? 🙂
-Dr. Liz (on behalf of Fiona and Abby)
(The girls are off at daycare (the fans drying out the flood on the bottom floor are loud and drive Fi nuts, so I thought they’d appreciate a break – and a chance to go wild), but I’m making the rounds.)
Someday, I will have a horse!
I wonder why those guys are allowed to eat grass! I always get told “nononoDavyno”! Do they get tummy aches?
Wonderful photos – those horses are gorgeous!
Oh, how pretty! That is my dream – to one day be able to turn my horses out on pasture. How content they all look!
I would love to find a field of horses like that, they’re beautiful.
How beautiful. We love the white and brown spotted big dog!
Drools and licks,
Minnie and Mack
Oh to get to run with The Big Dogs!
Those big dogs are lovely!
What beauties! Those are indeed some big doggie neighbors!