Yesterday, my drive to the farm was into a storm. I got there at 530, and the 30% chance of thunderstorms led to a down pour until after 6. When I left work, it was 94ish, and it was 71 after my 25 minute drive through rain. Thunder and lightening scared some of the horses out of their sheds, and I just sat in my car to watch the storm pass. I enjoy a good storm! The rain lightened up so I went to grab my tack to clean it if it didn't stop. I saw Spyder in the shelter which made me realize why he stays so clean. He was hanging out of the run in because he heard someone coming. He didn't want to come out in the rain, but his ears got wet being so curious. He was happy to see me, but wasn't coming out to get wet.
|Storm on the way to the farm|
|Spyder looking out at me in the rain.|
I got super close to rabbit, too! I know, it's just a rabbit, but it was cute!
|Cute little thing!|
|Even when it rains, it's the perfect place to ride.|
Oh, and Spyder has a new tactic when he doesn't feel like doing anything. He'll turn his butt to me in his stall and put his head in the opposite corner. I have to walk over and get him! He's a smart horse which is always a challenge. Below is his "please let's not do this right now" face. :)
|Attempting to "hide"|