Monday, February 28, 2011

Table for two, please...

They have 15 acres they're grazing now up front, and yet they have to eat THIS CLOSE together...
They're not always this close, but still!  Sheesh!  Get a room!

33 comments:

Eyeliquor said...

Dinner for two is nicer :)

Jayne said...

Awww... spring love!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

My two quarterhorses are like that too :-) When one takes a nap, the other stands guard.

Sandra said...

the comfort of being with someone else, just like people, is what i am thinking.

Deb said...

that it is sweet....

Nancy@A Rural Journal said...

Such a sweet photo of your two horse babies. Just beautiful, T. :) Wishing you a very happy Monday!

Judy said...

How cute! I love the color contrast. They must not want the other to get the best eating spot :)

Sandra said...

I'm having what he's having:))

Changes in the wind said...

Maybe they are just like me...hate to eat alone:)

Deb said...

Dinner for two is so romantic. Pretty horses.

Allison said...

This made me laugh! I can hear you saying that, though I've never really heard your voice! :D Maybe they have spring fever...

Louise said...

If they separate, the giant horse eating monster may get them. This way, maybe the monster will think that they are too big to handle.

Louise said...

I just read your comment on my blog. Maybe I'll look into hen scratch, and see if it might be less expensive here, too.

Clint said...

Great shot. Just horsin' around.

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

This makes me think of another aspect about grazing. The horse or cow who works at sticking their head through the fence to eat the grass on the other side. It's the same grass!

Lloyd said...

I really enjoyed reading the posts on your blog. I would like to invite you to come on over to my blog and check it out. God bless, Lloyd

Lesa said...

Looks like a deep equine discussion for sure! Bet they can't wait for the green grass of spring!

thanks for the visit! I grew up in the Piney Woods of East Texas a couple of hours drive from DFW.

kbreints said...

HaHA! Great shot!

Trisha said...

So sweet... :)

Johnny Nutcase said...

How sweet of 'em. I love it!

Tracy said...

Awww, they love each other; so sweet! Perhaps they just don't like being alone? Or maybe they are scared of the boogy-man?

heyBJK said...

Ahhh, you know horses, they hate to be alone. They look good!

Dimple said...

Gives another meaning to "joined at the hip!"
Thanks for coming by!

wayside wanderer said...

Ahhhh, that's sweet.

Canyon Girl said...

Best friends, no doubt. And, no, I will never tire of your bird pics.--Inger

Karen Thomason/Gordon Setter Crossing said...

Maybe it's a case of "The grass is always greener ...where your buddy is eating".

bon bon said...

this is how kensi is with ME, and why i need to find her a partner to cozy up to! ha!

Home In The Hollow said...

Companionship and friendship is THE BEST...it lasts forever, they say, when you are in love!...:)JP

LB @ BulletsandBiscuits said...

Awww...leave the lovebirds alone...or is should that be lovehorses? hhmmmm

Snapper II said...

Love your blog.
I'm visiting from Madsnapper's blog.
Two horses that close togather? could it be spring in your part of the world ?

Millie said...

They certainly do look beautiful like that.

MarieElizabeth said...

It's so much nicer to share a meal...and it makes a great photo too.

barbara l. hale said...

LOL. If he's eating it, it must be good.

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