a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Horse Pie Flower


Arrow seems to be developing the Haflinger body.  Here he stands in front of Mom and Dad.  Can you tell they are fed well?

Playing in their winter coats.  They look like wild range horses.
Marcy is not only an artist with the camera but an artist in the kitchen too.
Miniature hollyhocks hanging on after the frost.

10 comments:

Sunny said...

I love your horse pictures, is that key lime pie?...yummmm! Your hollyhocks are such a pretty color.
Have you heard from the people that adopted Gypsy? I just wondered how she was doing in her new home.
Sunny :)

audrey y said...

Hi, Gail; love your farm, pictures are great, horses too.

An interesting post I enjoy all of it.

Thanks for stopping by my pitiful little jungle

Audrey

Pat said...

Okay, I have to tell you - you had be going there with the title of this post. "Horse Pie Flower" Hmmm. I was thinking along the lines of a "cow-pie" and then a flower growing in it. Hey, I can't help the way my mind works! LOL!

The horses are beauties, the pie looks good, and holly hocks ALWAYS remind me of my mother-in-law. Thanks for the memories. :)

DesertHen said...

The horses are beautiful, the pie looks yummy and hollyhocks are such sturdy flowers.

Greener Pastures--A City Girl Goes Country said...

Yes, those horses look fat and happy!

Yum, I would kill for a piece of key lime pie!

The Green Stone Woman said...

Oh, give me some of that pie, please. I'm so hungry, I could eat the whole thing myself.

Picket said...

Morning friend..love those beautiful horses!!! Your title had me laughing..my mind was picturing something different being a country girl and always staying on my grandparents farms when I was a little girl! lol Hope all is well on your side of the mountain and that you are having a wonderful weekend!

Nezzy said...

MMMmmmmmm, here I was expecting a cowpatty and it's a key lime pie. Man, it would make a great desert for my Sunday dinner. Come on up and well share1

Have an enjoyable Sunday and God bless you, Gail.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

I have the same little miniture hollyhock. Great plant, re-seeds itself.

Cara said...

A half haffy? Is he going to be a driving horse?

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