60? Oh, my, how nice!Zan is beautiful! Good the horses have companions, our neighbor's horse, Piper, is all alone, I think she is lonely - comes to the fence when Jill is outside playing.
We will be lucky to hit 20. How nice that Paj has his pal back.
I notice Zan doesn't need a blankie. Is Paj not embarrassed to be such a hothouse flower he needs a blankie at 60 degrees? Zan must be some kind of good friend to not tease him.
Oh ha ha, Flartus! Paj is indeed a hothouse flower, but in his defense, that photo was taken first thing in the morning, and our lows are in the 20s or 30s. Zan is a fuzzy bear, but he gets a night blankie too! ;)
Zan has beautiful markings ! really unusual x
60 degrees? JEALOUS!!!!!Zan is a very handsome fella', his coat pattern sure is striking! I pet Paj is happy to have his old buddy back for the winter.
I agree with others that he is a handsome guy. Love horse photos...always..
Zan's face is quite striking! Those markings are very interesting. I wish we had 60 degrees today... we've been way too cold here!
Zan is very handsome..and an excellent name even if I do say so myself !!....your photos and weather looks....lovely !!....both of them look happy to be in each others....company .....Jayne
Love that cropped top photo~Neat, I love it when horses can be reunited!And aren't you lucky...60 degrees, whoa! We've got a nice reprieve from 30...but the moist rains, in the 50's are moulding me!
Paj is so lucky to have company for the winter. Send some of that warm air this way.....please?!Jim
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