Hello, yes that's me with Corsario the finest horse I ever owned. I lost him in the fall of 2012. it's hard to believe that's been that long and it sure hurts my heart still. I do still have one continuing my love affair with horses in my current Peruvian Paso Lucy, but my passion now is more often for my Nubian goats. I was active more a couple of years ago when BYC was being redone. I have a couple of threads I really enjoyed that have fallen quite. I just got busy and basically just forgot to check back.Miss @Daxigait,
I noticed your posting recently on several different journals I follow. I don't recall seeing you before, even though you have been on the forum longer than I have. Your avatar pictures a young woman (you ?) posing with a horse. Because of that, I thought I would mention to you two new folks on the forum who are interested in horses. Maybe you can get to know them and make them feel more welcome.
Miss @Hudson and me is from New South Wales, Australia, She likes to show her horse in competition. Her journal is called "Hudson&me’s journal".
Miss @Palomino is from Texas. She has mini horses that she shows in competition. Here journal is called "Palomino's Training Journal".
One other person who has been on the forum a little while longer but is still keenly interested in horses is Miss @Thislebloom, who is in Idaho. She has a horse named Syringa, whom she loves dearly. Her journal is called "Thistleblooms Rambles".
There are many more folks on the forum who have an interest in horses, and I am sure you have already met most of them. I mention the ones above hoping that you can make them feel welcome and wanting to post more.
BTW, is there a particular region on the forum where you normally post? I might want to read more.
Senile Texas Aggie
BTW how did you get the arial pond shots? Did you use a drone?
. it looks like the Alaskan thread is silent too
I don't have time to do that much reading so I just jump in.I used Google Earth. I have considered buying a drone. I think it would be neat to be able to see our property that way. But I cannot justify the cost. There is always some tool or tractor attachment I would prefer spending my money on.
I had been intending on reading their journals but never have. There are several folks on the forum whose journals I have yet to start reading, not because I am not interested in their lives -- I am -- but because I figure that I need to start at the beginning of their journal so I will know more about them. For example, I am currently reading Miss @Jesusfreak101's journal but I am not all that far along. Eventually I will get caught up. Then I will start on another one and get caught up on that journal. So it is not that there are some folks I like and some I do not, so much as there are some folks on whose journals I have read and those whose journals I have yet to read.
Senile Texas AggieI
You need a camera mounted under the tractor and rotors mounted on the ROPSThere is always some tool or tractor attachment I would prefer spending my money on.
Alaskan is still active on BYC.. it looks like the Alaskan thread is silent too