The snow and ice are taking over! I have to be super careful not to slip when I walk. Luckily, my home is pretty ice free, but when Allie takes me out. . . slippy doo! Allie does try to walk me on the grass where there is no ice, but sometimes it is unavoidable.
|I can't see you!|
|Looking through the woods|
We saw a bunch of different kinds of tracks. . .
|Possibly raccoon? Looks like they are little fingers in the snow|
|Geese going into the creek!|
And followed them for a while. Then I hopped between two fallen logs to nibble at a tree.
|Hungry horses eat anything!|
Then I hopped back over and tangled myself into a little tree as I tried to eat it.
|I'm all up in this tree!|
I also found some leaves to much on. I am such a hungry Haffie!
|Yummy leaves on the branch! It's like a delicatessen!|
We walked over fallen trees and through low hanging trees. I considered this exercise since I had to lift my legs to get over the logs. But I didn't duck when the tree limbs were hanging, I just plowed through them. . .and then they bounced back and smacked Allie in the face and scratched her hand! Haha!
By the time we got back to the barn property I was a sleepy girl, but Allie was not done with me yet. She got out a bucket. I kicked the bucket away. She got the bucket back. I moved away from the bucket. She moved it closer, so I kicked it away again. And again. And again. Eventually, I lost the bucket fight and Allie climbed on the bucket and swung a leg over me. I didn't care. . .I let Allie hang all over me, tap all over my sides and butt with her feet, and just be overall a bother. Like I said, I was sleepy.
But I wasn't too sleepy to try and steal carrots out of my grooming bag!
|If they are in my reach, they are fair game!|
After Allie had her weird sense of fun, I headed back to my horses and hung out in the shelter with Tony and Shea. Nap time!
|And Jesse's nose in the front.|