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nothing to do with today's post, I just like the picture - from the late 1800s
If you've been following my Future Expeditions mini-series then the answer is easy-peesy. YeeHaw,
May 6th's Future Expeditions post #1 titled "A Merry Band of Ponies" gives a summary of the history behind the band of wild ponies that have survived on Virginia's barrier islands for centuries. The MOTH and I will be here all week, until July 5th. Talk about a Dream Coming True, actually seeing these horses/ponies.
2007 - me and Dawn,
a friend's horse
I am not a fan of heights, or having my body hovering over terra firma, but I think I'm going to have to do this.....gulp!!
When I told my mom about the clamming she said, "Wear old tennis shoes. Clams bite!"
55 ponies sold, average cost $2,000.00, total sales $113,975.