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van's packed, bread machine is set on timer, my garb is pressed and ready. Whee! Kilts and bagpipers and tartans oh my!

Junior is doing good. He bounced over to see me tonight, and let me put the (Way too Big) lamb halter on him for a few minutes. And pull it off again. *g* He likes rump scritches and neck rubs......silly boy.

On Names:

The Arabian Registry allows you 21 letters/spaces, and 4 parts. I've been running names thru their database to see if they're eligible - here's the forerunners so far:

Kirkcudbright (cur-COO-bree) - it's the MacClellan ancestral castle, and I could call him "Bree" (from C S Lewis' Horse and His Boy). This is in the lead, if he's gray, of course.

I have no idea what I'd call him, but....I like the names.

I think I need to hit a liquor store and get some single-malt names. *g* I will be asking around at the Fest this weekend for ideas.......wonder if Guiness is taken? *eg*
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Date:March 5th, 2005 02:37 am (UTC)
Glenfiddich is a nice whiskey, as is Jameson. Mmm...

We picked a lousy time to give up drinking!

I like the photos you posted earlier... but I'd like to see a comparison-- baby horse vs. the Zoey-monster. You probably can't get them side-by-side. But if you could...
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Date:March 5th, 2005 11:51 am (UTC)
Errrr...no side by side. Erynne would try to stomp Zoey into a small pile of grey goop; Jr. would be bouncing, I'd get stepped on.......*g*

If you look close at the pic of Ian and Jr., you'll note that Jr.'s ears are *just*at*the*top* of Ian's head. Zoey's *head* is a little over Ian's head. *g*

They are about the same height, if you count ears. Zoey is longer, though - he's a very compact li'l guy. Her legs are longer.....

Is it as strange to anyone else that my DOG is actually bigger than my HORSE? *g*
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