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post #1 of 20 Old 12-04-2010, 03:14 PM Thread Starter
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Sodehr and Miss Lil - "Wild Horses in the Snow" *Pic Overload*

We got about 8" of snow last night. I was going to ride Soda and Lily, but thought they might need a little blow out before I hopped on. Man am I glad I did that! They tore around the pasture for a good 20 mins straight before slowing down. Right now they're drying off so I can ride a little later. Here's the pics I got!

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post #3 of 20 Old 12-04-2010, 03:30 PM
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Those are great!! Still waiting for some snow....We just have a pitiful inch or two!
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Wonderful photos!!! I love Lillie and Soda!

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Aww they are soo cute!

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Thanks guys! It's a really pretty snow, but it's been a pain to drive around. I need a truck!
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Wow, stunning. Looks like they had a ton of fun . I absolutely adore the first two pictures of your last post, where they are loping side by side to the left and their stride is identical.

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Looks like they went SNOW! YIPEE! : )

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That was totally their attitude. They were actually on the same lead for a lot of the pics. I had a TON more, but I was trying to keep it to a minimum... I figured 30 was enough for one thread.

I was just thinking of the pics I could've gotten with a "real" camera. I'm just using a little point and shoot.
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