Sunday, March 13, 2011

Jumping On My Horse!


I'm still out here in the country just north of Taos. While taking a walk to enjoy the peace and quite I came across this noble steed waiting for a cowboy to ride off into the sunset with. He looked a little to wild for me.

32 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

I bet kids there are having lots of fun with the cute horse! :)
Léia

Lúcia said...

Too sweet!
Have a very happy Sunday Randy!

Marty said...

too wild and perhaps too small ! Your feet will touch the ground and it's not easy to ride so !!
wish you a nice day Randy ! bisous

Eyeliquor 2 said...

Cool catch Randy!
I like the birthday chair ;)
Have a wonderful sunday!

Krunal said...

nice shot of this backyard

cieldequimper said...

I'd have said he looked a bit too small!

becky said...

Ha ha ha! Enjoy the rest of your time in Taos...
:)

Birdman said...

Giddyup!

Dawn said...

Hahaha....were you scared you'd get bucked off?
You'd be fine. Really. {From past experience:(...just remember to roll when you land;))

texwisgirl said...

Ha ha. Good thing you escaped with your life!

Sharon said...

He does look a little wild! Good idea not to attempt to tame him.

Luis Gomez said...

Very nice!

Theanne and Baron said...

How fortunate you are to be living in such a beautiful area in a beautiful state. When Don and I lived in Arizona we always talked about traveling north from I-10 and seeing the interior of NM...sadly we never got there!

Lynette said...

Randy, looks like a fine pony to ride into your next 50 years. Thanks for stopping by Portland Oregon Daily Photo.

Carlos Ribeiro said...

In this horse I would not be afraid of falling.
A great week for you!

VP said...

I'll get the chair...

Jarart said...

Ride um cowboy!

lifeisaroadtrip said...

Wow. Would hate for you to get thrown off that thing. It's a long way to the ground. :-)

JM said...

Cute! :-)

Allison said...

Hilarious thought for this Sunday evening... :D

Ride 'em cowboy!

Jacob and Lois Anne said...

Very cute...but I think you could probably tame this equine critter if you were kind and gentle and had some pieces of apple in your pocket.

Of course, if it tried to buck you off you might end up with slivers in your you-know-what! :-)

RedPat said...

He does have a ferocious look about him. Love this capture!

-K- said...

North of Taos is my favorite part of New Mexico.

CailinMarie said...

stopped by after you left a comment on a blog about being near Taos. Spent one day in Taos 5 years ago and its on my list of places to return to. :)

Regina K said...

Enjoy your country visit. Happy Sunday

Olga said...

Come on, he's just standing there quietly, minding his own business, enjoying some fresh air:)

Farmchick said...

He looks a little lonely...you could have just hopped right on!

Jack said...

Maybe when you were five, Randy, not now that you are Five-Oh. You're not THAT much of a kid.

Halcyon said...

Oh yes, he looks wild to the core. But still very cute!

T. Becque said...

Yeah, I'd stay away from that one, no telling what could happen. :)

Sequim Daily Photo said...

Reminded me of Toy Story 3, cool scene. Looks like a handprint on the wall in the background.

Magpie said...

Saddle up! Go for a ride.
I'm catching up after being gone to the lake for four days.