Neat doe! Glad she made it.
We took our son's pony to the Scottish Games yesterday. He rode her in the parade, behind all the clans with bagpipes and drums. This is her sixth year representing Shetland Ponies and she did great. She visits all the kids and most adults that come to the corral during the event. All morning and most of the afternoon, she willingly goes to people for pets (and treats we give them). However, by late afternoon, she stands in the shade, just out of reach. She's done, lol! The only exception is for wheelchairs. She will always go up to someone in a wheelchair. Sweet pony. As it was winding down, we noticed people were curious about the lariats we had out on the table (we put her saddle, bridle and a few lariats out as decorations). I spent some time teaching a few people how to swing a rope. The other Scottish animals included dogs, Highland cows, a Belted Galloway, and Gypsy Vanners.
QB, Very neat pictures of the white doe, I have never seen one either, so this a first for me. Your last day at work, sounded like a night mare, not something I would care to do, glad you made it through your hectic day.
It is currently snowing outside, they say a possibility of 5-9 inches, just hope they are wrong. Best Wishes. PD
I wish that were true here. Some hunters wont shoot them for various reasons but most dream of killing a white one. Shes so breathtakingly beautiful, I dont understand how anyone would want to shoot her. She started coming around last year and my landlord and I just knew she wouldn't be around long. She sticks out like a sore thumb, I have no idea how she managed to hide. Im glad she did.