Yeah. I just got a phone call from the vet's wife, saying they have received the papers back from the lab already (only 2 days!) and will stick them in today's mail to us. Even she was surprised at how fast the turn-around time was. So everyone (horse-wise anyway) is healthy and ready to go to SD. I hear it's snowing there. I assured the owners that our horses were well qualified to handle snow.
I also noticed a marked improvement in Estes' eating. She now keeps her head down and munches along at a good rate of speed. She must have had a tooth causing pain in her mouth - because now nobody gets near her food. I have even quit separating her from the herd at meal times; she seems to be able to handle things quite nicely on her own. Makes me wish I had gotten the floating done earlier, but her teeth just didn't seem that bad. Probably like us humans; the smallest cavity is sometimes the most bothersome.
Well, back to mundane lodge work..... I want to get done so Cindy and I can take the grays for a short jog this afternoon. Looks like it might be the last of the good weather for awhile.