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Colrain Horse. December 27, 2009

Posted by littlebangtheory in Love and Death.
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If you knew anything about Colrain (which you probably don’t) you’d appreciate how Colrain this poor horse is:

Makes me want to love our fellow travelers, and pray for those less blessed than we are.

Feel free to join in.

Namaste.

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1. Sylvia Kirkwood - December 27, 2009

And I do! Namaste, my dear friend!

Sylvia

2. clairz - December 27, 2009

Thank you for these thoughts. I’m joining in, too.

3. Susan - December 27, 2009

I have just gone through a number of your blogsphotos, and finally got to your photo (not the silly one w/ the glasses) and by god I am so glad I know where to find you because if I didn’t I would make it my priority to find you…you are a blessing and a joy and I love you tons..you are the best thing that ever happened to me!!!!!

4. littlebangtheory - December 28, 2009

Well then… [blushes] …Same here, Susan!

🙂

And welcome to my blog world – the people here are really nice (unless I get political, in which case I get “trolls” who aren’t always nice, but generally have a point to make.)

Sylvia, Clairz, thanks, there are plenty in need in these (and other) parts.

5. susan - December 28, 2009

He’s a lovely old dappled thing, isn’t he? Sad eyes. I like to think Colrain has watched the world hustle by without changing too much.

Anbu

6. Laurie B - December 30, 2009

Colrain, such a wonderful place of history. That broken old handsome pony knows so, and has a few stories to tell.

Everything out here is hard earned or hard maintained. Lots of small farms. I know extension folks, a shout out..UMass Amherst is a LAND GRANT university. That obligation is agriculture.

Do Y’all remember when Strawberry Fields was the Duck Pond?
I’ve collected fresh mussels from the rocks in Maine and not a bit of that compared to the Duck Pond mussels….OMG, so pleasantly plump and free of grit….how’d they do that? Cornmeal, I know, but very yummy.

Yes, I’m missing my views of the Valley we all once knew. Thanks for sharing yours.

Me and Sweetie had a ride on Bardswell Ferry road a while ago. We need to go on more rides. CR, count yourself lucky that you get out and about so much. I love that you love gizmo (and our valley) so much. Thanks for the photos.

7. littlebangtheory - December 30, 2009

Laurie, you’re most welcome.

Yes, I certainly do remember “The Duck Pond,” and it will forever be so in my mind. How fun and fascinating to have a local eye to keep me honest and to acknowledge my perspective on the world.

Sylvia, Clairz, thanks for your prayers. The world can only benefit from your intentions.


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