Well he's gone home! The Stallion went home with his owner yesterday morning. Wanda, his owner, spent a little time learning how to catch hime and how to load him in the trailer. Funny how some folks, because they have always been around horses, think they have it all figured out and don't need or require any help. I know that she only wants to breed the horse, but she has a lot more horse there then she may think. I wish she could have spent a little more time, for the sake of the horses, but it is what it is.
Was on my way to town, after the Stallion went home, to get a tire fixed on Kathy's car. I was just south of the Lake Vally Ghost Town when I cam across and accident. I'm not sure what happened but the car was upside down on the highway. The woman inside was trapped but her son, a little guy, was out of the car and fine. One of the local cowboys was the first on the scene and he and a fella delivering tile to one of the construction site were trying to lift the car just enough so they could free the woman. In about 20 minutes they had plenty of first responders and fire folks, that they did not need my help. Best I know is she is ok. Pretty scary.
I could not get to town to take care of the flat tire so will do that this morning. I went back to Hillsboro town and saw the Silver Fire really going at it. It has burned more then 100,000 acres so far and, as you can see from the picture, is still eating more.
Was really to smoky to work with horses, again, so will try to get something done with them later today.
Will try and keep you updated with info on what the heck I'm doing with horses and music.