Winter Photographs at Flying Hat

Winter 2.11.2010, Poprock Pasture

Poprock Pasture and Arena In Winter

Yucca and Fence

Shiney and Star Playing Gotcha

Shiney Galloping to Corral

Remuda at Well House Corral

Mountain White-crown Sparrows Above Stables (Zonotrichia leucophrys oriantha)

Stable Alleyway with Panels

55 Horses by Case Farmall

Flying Hat Ranch House

Schools in Abilene and Fort Worth, Texas, were canceled this morning.  I went out to take some photographs of Flying Hat.  If you click the photographs, you get a full-size picture with detail.

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Filed under Birds, Flying Hat Ranch, Horses, Lilly, Shiners Fannin Peppy (Fanny), Shiney (Shiners Fannin Pepto), Star, Sweet Hija

9 responses to “Winter Photographs at Flying Hat

  1. Thanks for sharing your life in pictures… especially beautiful photo of the horses at Well House Corral.

  2. Lynn

    Fun!!! I really liked the pic of the sparrows…they looked cold. Thanks for sharing!

  3. The photo of Shiny galloping is the best one! I’ve been watching the newscasts of the snowfall in and around my old stomping grounds. I guess you all are getting what has FINALLY passed here. Or maybe not. In Texas, the weather typically came from the north. Here in Utah, it comes from the west. If it rains in California, you can bet it will snow here in the winter. We still have snow on the ground, but today is sunny, and the days to follow will be too if the predictions are correct. I am hoping this winter for us is largely over; we’ve had 193% of our typical precipitation this year, and living in the mud makes it even harder. My car is still parked at the bottom of our driveway, and calling it a driveway is a vast overstatement. Calling it a clay mud sink would be far more accurate. Well anyhow, it’s pretty, but it’s hard, too. But hey! No classes!

  4. StarkRavingZen

    Shiney galloping to corral is my absolute favorite. What an adorable spirit!

  5. Oh Jack these are wonderful. 55 horses by Case made me laugh out loud. Shiney is such a character. The word remuda floods me with memories and fills me up.

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