Exploring paths less traveled
That is snowy, Janie. Trek across here to warm and sunny East Africa instead. (lol) Have a wonderful weekend. Jo
Although the snow in your second photo looks pretty under that blue sky, I'm sorry it's delaying the start of your Spring riding season.
Beautiful photos...snowy or not. Is there any 'bring on spring' Indian dances you could do?
On the upside, it's beautiful. The dramatic lighting in the sky falling down the mountains in the first photo, the horse against the snow and all the other whites set off so prettily against the deep blue sky. On the other hand, riding's FUN. Am sure you'll get out soon to do it.
I cannot think of a better place to get out of that snow than S UT, Janie. Wish I could come with you...
Hi Janie, Seems as if you all have had a late winter--whereas we had most of our snow in Dec/early Jan... Crazy winter for so many!!!!Beautiful picture with the snow and that blue sky.Hugs,Betsy
Wow, it was snowy even your horse turned white!?!
Ah, my pony always looks kind of dingy in the snow thanks to her flea bites. Very cute pictures!
Big difference! I wonder if Moab's snow melted yet.
great photos Janie...I know you are itching to get riding again..
Don't worry and spring riding season is on the way...
Oh Janie, talk about picture postcard perfect. Delightful photos of your beautiful horses.
Looks like Mischief is still wearing a heavy winter coat.
that's a pretty big difference. I love the scene though. your horses are so beautiful!
But it looks so beautiful! Love the horse pictures.
Looks like Mischief is just about as down about it as you. I simply love all the fun in the first photo :)
You do have a lot more snow than usual. Does that mean it's usually spring there at this time of year?
This has been an unusual weather year around the world. Hope you can find some clear terrain to start the riding season.
yes, and I have two feet of snow. I hear this is a more normal year...
Handsome horses for sure there. I do love the mountains too.
pretty! but, i suppose annoying if you want to ride... - The Equestrian Vagabond