Yep, I've changed browsers and all is well. So far. Due to technical difficulties, blogging changed from a pleasure to a teeth gnashing pain. First, I couldn't leave comments on a few blogs. Then I couldn't leave comments on any blog. Then I couldn't scroll down on blogs, and finally I couldn't read my own blog. At all. It was just blank. ARG!
Both my brother Tom (Tom and Pat) and my friend Cyndi (Living a Dream) suggestedswitching to Firefox, and they were right. There's a few things I don't like about it, but at least I can blog again. Thank you, Tom and Cyndi.
I am having problems with blogger again. I can't open some blogs at all, I can't open some posts on blogs I can open, and sometimes I can't leave comments. The comment box will pop up, but it's un-clickable. Hopefully these problems will fade away just as quickly as they came.
On days like this - 12 degrees with driving snow and 25 mph winds - we do everything we can to keep the horses healthy and happy. We keep the guys in, feed extra hay, and try to keep them entertained. For boredom relief, we've hung a Likit horse treat between Paj and Reggie, and another between Ben and Boomer. We hang them high; past experience has taught us that low ones get all over blankets and everything else. It's messy enough on the stall bars. On Christmas Day, Paj had little red flecks all over his face. My heart skipped a beat before I realized it was tiny pieces of the peppermint flavored Likit Santa brought, and not lots of little wounds.
Ben enjoys a Likit, but Boomer imbibes only to be social.
It's a Likit, Paj, not a Biteit!
Watch how Reggie does it -
Oops, you've got some on your face, buddy.
Tomorrow will be a better day with a high around 30. Release the dragons! The forecasters say we will warm up to 50 by Sunday. That's good weather for scrubbing Likit off the stalls.
Yep, my little Rav4 turned 200,000. She's such a good girl. She's never given me a minute of trouble, and she's good in the snow. She's so considerate, she even turned 200,000 while I was at a complete standstill in Denver gridlock, so I could safely take pictures.
This is why I only go to Denver a few times a year