My part in the wedding was to deliver Brin in all her gorgeousness to the base of the aisle in the pony cart.
|I'm concentrating really hard!|
I don't really like having my picture taken. So when a friend was aiming my way, standing with Correy to my right, I stuck out my tongue. Unfortunately, another "friend" took advantage of another angle and got the shot. Ok, so it's not my best pose!
We had a great time, as did all of the participants and guests.
I think I've been bitten by the driving bug. After driving Levi (the pony), I could just picture Annie in harness. She has a a really lovely trot - very elevated action, which shows off the feathers on her lower legs. While she's not as dark as Honey was, she's still a pretty good looking pony. I may try to get her and Prize trained to cart - he's pretty flashy, too! First, I need to get a harness. Ok, first I need to start working with Annie and get her used to basic things before the harness parts...
Tomorrow, I'm starting the trip to Reno, via Prineville, to pick up the travel trailer that my dad is giving to me. It's a 1979, 19.5 ft. Komfort. It's going to be used as the party pad at sheep shows and the guest house at home. While in Reno, I'm hoping to get together with all the friends down there, as well as seeing family - too much fun!!