Sunday, January 29, 2012

New Neighbors

We have a couple of new neighbors close to the farmette.  



They are the nice, quiet variety.  They are also a bit shy.  They will allow my son to feed them by hand, but were a bit more cautious when I showed up for a visit.  


They were not up for a Sunday afternoon chit-chat.  


Maybe next time....

38 comments:

  1. They don't want to be tricked into being ridden!

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  2. I like your new neighbors...but of course!

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  3. those are the kind of 'neigh'bors i really like!

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  4. They look like some good future friends.

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  5. Those are the BEST kind of new neighbors.

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  6. As the 10 acres in back of us has been sold, I'm hoping for this kind of neighbor too! :-)

    I hope you've had an enjoyable Sunday!

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  7. You live a fairy-tale.

    Thank you for sharing this chapter. Please have you all a good new week.

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  8. Aren't you lucky to live in a place where these are the new neighbors.

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  9. I like horses and these are nice to have around. I wonder how much you will worry about them and their welfare? I do the neighbor's dog.

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  10. Mr. Lincoln - We already have been worrying about them a bit!

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  11. They look like great neighbors. Stop over and say hi. :)

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  12. You might want to bring some welcome to the neighborhood carrots next time.

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  13. I love having horses for neighbors, our grandkids love visiting them when they visit.

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  14. Those are the ideal neighbours Michelle!

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  15. aww...I bet they stop by often once they decide you are friendly. Maybe an apple would help? ha.

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  16. I envy you: my new neighbors are rude and noisy humans...

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  17. From that last picture I's say you have your work cut out for you. At least you don't have to worry about them showing up un-invited.

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  18. I would just LOVE to have them for my 'neigh'bors. :) I adore horses.

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  19. I love your new neighbors and the movemnet in the last photo is really awesome!

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  20. Now, that is my kind of neighbors!

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  21. Aw, I'd like that sort of neighbor . . .

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  22. Horses are the most picturesque neighbors, aren't they? I put a shot of some of my neighbor horses up a while back. They were looking at me like.. what are you doing there! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  23. They'll get used to you...specially if you keep taking food! Love me some horses...miss my Lightning, 1200lb Quarterhorse I had in 1992!

    Beautiful photos!

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  24. A carrot a day will bring the horses your way.

    Nice neighbours.

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  25. Perhaps they sensed your neighbourly eagerness. ;-)

    We also have one farm over an equestrian training facility (farm).

    A beautiful sight!

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  26. At least they won't be the nosy type and spread gossip! - They are beautiful! xo

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  27. What an awesome post. Your paris are beautiful and love your commentary as you went along. genie

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  28. an apple a day, a carrot and they will learn.. ;)

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