Bill and Juanita, owners of Allenspark Lodge B&B, are living their dream...

running a successful business and riding as often as possible.

Saturday, October 8, 2011

First Snow

First snow of the season (at least the first that stuck).

We woke up to a couple of inches of snow on the ground this morning.

 I went and checked the shed.
Nobody's Home

There weren't even any footprints leading into or out of it.

Found 'em.
Hanging out in the Trees

 We went to Estes Park day before yesterday.
Downtown Estes

 Why is it that the wild elk in Estes Park will cross in the crosswalk, with the green light,  but our "wild horses" won't go into a run-in shed when it's snowing?




  1. Already???? WHAH!!!! I am so not ready for winter yet!

  2. Isn't that funny how they do that? After all you've done for them... mine stand in the sun when it's 110, but it drizzles and they all crowd under the shade. I will never understand horses and the way they think.
    The elk has it right, sort of :)

  3. After all that hard work too, they don't know how good they've got it. Sheesh!

  4. Well Bill, you made Dear Husband sigh wistfully. Apparently, he is jonesing for the snow he got to see last year when we were able to come for a visit.

    Poor poor Dear Husband.. I suspect he will survive.

    Poor, POOR Beel and Juanita though...... June is a long ways off! Stay warm!

  5. Now...I am supposed to come visit soon. What the? Now I have to pack my parka. Oy. Can I stay inside by the fire? LOL. The poor horses look so sad and pitiful...

  6. Oy - that sure seems early for some snow.

    And I'm still not used to the elk in the street thing..!


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