Howdy 'n Welcome to JKs Rough String Ranch

Thanks for stoppin' by!! Grab a hot cup of coffee, and enjoy the ride! You can contact me at gtyyup at wildblue dot net. See ya on down the trail!
All photos and content on this blog are exclusively mine, unless noted.
Please DO NOT copy or reproduce in any way without my permission...just ask!!!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Wordless Wednesday


Photobucket

14 comments:

Kate said...

Just love the photo - it really captures life with horses!

Brandie said...

Wow! You musta needed out of those pants in a hurry!!!! LOL!

the7msn said...

Oh this makes me laugh. In my former life as a city girl, I had to be instructed on the best way to get my boots on when I wasn't wearing boot-cut jeans. "Put your boots and your jeans on at the same time," I was told. Huh? But I finally got it figured out.

Just noticed your tweet about garlic from springtime. I have Lyle on their Spirulina for his allergies, and it works wonders.

Cedar View Paint Horses said...

I dropped my pants like that once along the county highway when i felt a woodtick crawling in my shorts, but that's a story for another day.

Kathleen Coy said...

I love this photo!!!

Jocelyn said...

I want to know why you needed out of your pants in such a hurry ! ;)

gtyyup said...

It's a silly photo huh? I was just heading for the shower...not what most of y'all thought! But when I saw the pile, I couldn't help but take a pic!

Thanks 7msn for the tip on the Spirulina product. My old man Toby is really itchy in the summer; maybe that would help. But the Garlic Bugoff stuff really has cut the ticks down by at least 90%...I was very skeptical at first spending that much money, but it's working...that's what counts!!

Shirley said...

Funny photo (heeheehee; in a hurry were ya!) I feed my horses garlic- I use crushed garlic and put a heaping spoonful in their grain. It keeps the bugs away, boosts their immune system, and I've never had a foal get scours when it's mama is on garlic.I also use powdered garlic if I run out of crushed. It's cheap to buy, specially if you go to onee of the wholesale stores; probably a lot less than buying garlic that's marketed for horses. No reason that it wouldn't work on dogs too.

Tracey said...

Love it!

Pony Girl said...

Fun picture...I need to get me a belt buckle! ;)
Interesting about the garlic...I've heard about it before, but also think I read about some side effects?? I will have to research it. Anything to help my horse with the itchies and the buggos!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

lol! on the pants and boots on the floor. :)

You're a mishievious kinda gal aren't ya?

~Lisa

Andrea said...

That is so fun! Must have been in a rush to get changed!!

Jennifer said...

Great pic! Love it!

Welcome To Wilmoth Farms said...

I really LOVE this picture...it speaks a thousand words! It was good to catch up on your blog!

Blog Widget by LinkWithin