Join Date: Dec 2011
Location: Sevierville, TN
We stopped by one time on the way back from IN. It was about this time of year. The park was absolutely dead, but they had everything open so we just wandered around. It was very serene. I ended up being video taped by a couple as I was counting to see how many steps it took me to walk the 28ft stride length of Man O'War. It was a really nice time.
ETA: That was actually the first time I ever saw a Gypsy Horse. Lash, from Gypsy Gold was there in the breed pavilion. It has always been my dream to breed, but at the time my breed of choice was Andalusians. I was actually not impressed with Lash at the time (he was still young, so he was light on hair and not well-filled out). I actually made the comment, full of sarcasm by the way, "Yeah, I'll breed Gypsy Vanner horses. There's a market for that."
It's been noted more than once that things I say in the past tend to come true. A few years later, I saw how they turn out and I was sold. Now, I'm doing exactly what I had so sarcastically said I would. lol
Last edited by SmallTownGypsy; 12-22-2011 at 08:43 PM.