Re: Snow in Georgia
I turned the horse out about 11am and she took off like a shot! Bucking, snorting, running and farting, kicking snow up behind her flagged tail streaming behind her...I wish I had brought my camera with me. She then dropped and rolled numerous times. Like, a dozen! I saw about half of them and then could count the snow-angels (snow-mares?) all over the corral.
I watched her closely to be sure she wasn't rolling due to colic, but no...she just seemed entranced and invigorated with the snow. She would walk/gait along with her head down, pushing her wiggling upper lip through the snow (all 6" of it) and snort it out her nostrils and then drop to her knees, then her belly and then she'd flop over on her side to roll. I saw her roll completely OVER three different times. Then she'd leap up and go running/bucking around the corral, she was really enjoying herself!
I'm about to head outside to shovel the driveway so the sun/wind can dry it and we won't have ice to deal with when Hubby comes home from work.