Both Suzanne and Laura have posted photos of a horse — I mustn’t be left out ;’-).

On our weekly ride together, Cindy and I stopped for some horse love here in some more country side. Such a friendly horse, it was hard to leave ;’-).

Like the goat the other day, the horse kept looking back and forth at us, just wondering.

While I am here, let me add this vanishing road photo. Another road vanishes, but this one so sweet and alone on a fine riding day.


  1. By: Suzanne Posted: September 29, 2020

    Wonderful that you are getting such good rides! Love the horse picture! A new challenge?

    Tried to log in and comment on your blog but wasn’t successful. Enjoyed it though.

    • By: NancyG Posted: September 30, 2020

      I don’t know why about commenting on the blog. I learned from Greg (our own computer whiz Greg) that if I go into my blog via Chrome, rather than Safari, I can reply to comments. Otherwise I could not.
      I am so sorry you could not comment there Suzanne, but thanks for reading and for your comments here.
      Horse challenge??? Maybe one ‘on the side’ ?

  2. By: Laura Posted: September 29, 2020

    Wow! That horse was really up close and personal! You’ve heard of a “three dog night.” This was a “three horse day.” Glad you managed to ride with your friend. I haven’t ridden with anyone for three years.

    • By: NancyG Posted: September 30, 2020

      Yes, that horse was more than friendly! I miss riding with more of my friends, but am so extremely grateful to have Cindy to share a ride with about once a week. I am so glad that she is willing to do that with me.

  3. By: Rich-Illinois Posted: September 29, 2020

    Nice ride and photos.
    Horse may be thinking, ‘is that an apple or carrot in the pannier’?
    A ride through a beautiful wooded area like that would be a major change from constant corn and bean fields.

  4. By: NancyG Posted: September 30, 2020

    Thanks Rich. I do think we have some really nice areas to ride around in. But if I had to, I would ride around corn and bean fields — just as you do.

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