Monday, November 29, 2010

Brrr...

It's freezing out there! Into the low 20's, if not less, at night and in the low 40's during the day...

First off, congratulations to Kirkorian who was happily adopted yesterday! He will remain boarded at Shiloh Ranch...

Sky, dozing in his medical area. We ended up sending him into the vet clinic for a check as he is not feeling well. He was oiled and water and put onto antibiotics. We are hoping he will recover but only time will tell...

New guy, Tommy With an Eye. He is settling in nicely...

I had to rescue Sally from the Dog Office- she couldn't get the door open. Of course, I had to get a photo first before I let her out!

Snow in the pass on the way to the ranch...

Our winter fashions- both Sally and I have joined the Carhart Nation! It's the only way to stay warm!
The Big Pasture...

Part of the Breakfast Club...

Sky grazing on the grass before heading into the clinic...

Breezer wouldn't even get off of the golf cart- he was so cold!

Clouds over Shiloh. Another "good day to be a cloud"...

Many of the horses were down taking sun naps today. They soaked up all the warmth they could...
Jimmy Dean dozing in his straw...

The Burro herd also soaked up the sun...

Me and Spartacus...

Cairo...
Elaine pitched in to help do some cleaning in the Mare Motel...

Super Gummie Gomez wandered a bit...

So did Sunny and Serenity...

In the Gummies, Canyon and Sy got some grooming and loving from a new volunteer...

Elisa rode Nike. I am currently working on her adoption video- she is doing great!

9 comments:

Cheri said...

thank god for Carhart! and chinchilla lined blankets for the horses to wear! a little warmer weather is coming. I hope Sky will pull through this...Please keep us posted.

Elaine said...

You and Sally have great fashion sense. That was the first time in my entire life shoveling manure. Who knew it would be so fun. LOL. Thanks for keeping me busy, it really was fun. I enjoyed hanging out with the horses and having a little chat while I worked.

Elisa said...

Your horse has a chinchilla blanket to wear!? Wow! How about mink or sable, then!

Terry said...

It's 14 degrees here right now. I couldn't survive winter without Carhartts. I wish they made horse blankets!

Mikey said...

Love the Carhartts! I was just telling Wade while we were out riding that I miss my old quilt lined Carhartt pants. Those things were the best!
Please quit locking Sally in the office, lol. And taking pictures, lol. Poor Sally!

Found art blog said...

You can blame Traveler for locking Sally in. He's always getting back at her...!!

Ron Ruiter said...

So early in the season and I just didn't realize that it got that cold out there this early. Mmmmm think I will stay here in NC.

the 3 D's said...

Its alwasy fun working around the ranch ,I can tell ya its never boring Hopefully we have winterized all the water pipes and made all the critters comfordable . waling in the pasturse all the horses are pretty frisky just bucking ,running and playing and by the end of day they are laying soking up the sun for the night

Ron Ruiter said...

Oh yes, and Sally you look mighty fine in those Carhart's. Sure beats freezing to death..... :)