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Date:7/11/2014 2:46:17 PM
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Wow, I can't believe I actually have some time to blog on HC! Yay! Such sadness on here lately though. Losing two of our HC horses one after the other. We will never forget Tirnanog and Petite Fleur.

Things have been so busy around here. And mid November I badly sprained my wrist and could hardly type. We had a power outage and I was messing with the generator. It's pretty heavy and in the process of tipping it over my hand gave way. It was an old injury waiting to happen so I guess I'm not too surprised. At least I have my typing fingers back.

I have to tell of this magical horsey experience on Sunday. 4 friends and I went biking. It was very foggy and cold and the fog was sticking to use and making us look eerily ghost-like. We were speeding along at a good clip down the road when suddenly I heard the sound of stampeding hooves.

I turned my head and suddenly out the twilit fog came a herd of white and grey horses intermingled with a few chestnuts and bays. They were snorting and breathing the fog like a dragon breathes fire. They galloped alongside us for a minute or so and the whole time we were just looking at them with awe. It was so beautiful and utterly magical. My friends aren't horsey but they felt the magic of that moment too.

I wanted to take some photos but decided against it because it was twilight and my pocket camera doesn't do well in dim lighting. But forever I will have etched in my mind that image of them first bursting out of the whiteness of the fog. Breathtaking!

They are the same horses that star in Pippin's Love. His YouTube hit movie. Talking of Pippin, he's doing a bit better though he's still in steroids for his swelling. It's been 3 months now since that started. And I saw Jewel on Thursday and I was quite taken aback at how well she has healed. All that remains of that awful wound is a 4 inch narrow line. I suspect that there will be no sign of injury when it's all healed.

How are you all doing? Getting ready and excited for Christmas? It's a wonderful time of year. Leaving a vote for you.
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