That bright thing in the sky! - The Horse Forum
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That bright thing in the sky!

For the FIRST time this erm.. summer (and I use that term loosely) my boys have stayed out for the night.. with the added bonus of not needing a rain sheet!

That bright thing in the sky..... if I remember correctly it's called the sun... was actually shining today. Like.. NO rain at all.

I'm doing a happy dance here. My boys have been kept in more this summer than they were over the winter. It's been very very depressing and for the first time this summer I've got the windows open going to bed.

The farmers are still working away outside in a panic to try and get as much done as possible before the rain hits us again.

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