Exploring paths less traveled
Of course it is, you silly human!
Of course, always.
Yes, it is always tastier too.Those photos are just gorgeous; the horses, the snow and the beautiful sky.Take care, Suz
Obviously they know something that we don't.
Yes---it certainly looks that way, Janie.... My first husband always thought the grass was greener.. We moved a trillion times while he was searching for who knows what!!!!! haHUGS,Betsy
I wouldn't doubt those horses when it comes to grass!
None of that looks very succulent to me!
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I've never figured out why horses do that.
and if you moved them to that side...guess where they would eat...beautiful photos...bbbbrrrr looks cold..
Gorgeous landscape and horses.
Our paint horse was always SO bad about doing this, until we put a single strand of electric wire around the top of our fencing. I haven't seen him do this in a LONG time now. Good thing too. He got one of his front feet entangled in some barb wire years ago from reaching over the fence - you would think that might have taught him a lesson, but noooooo. Hence we introduced them all to the electric wire. We often turn it off for days at a time, because they've become so accustomed to it, they don't know the difference!(Beautiful pics with the snow all around!)
The taste of freedom ... Absolutely priceless!
Horse or human, we all seem to want what we can't reach.
The horses look very lovely against the snowy backdrop. Cute post!
gahhh! so fuzzy and cute! That snow is really pretty too :)
ahh, and the weather and snow is better in your part of the country!! : ) - The Equestrian Vagabond