I took photos of the ice before it melted, but they didn't really portray the beauty of the sun sparkling on the ice; it was much prettier than the photos show. Even hubby commented on our way to town that it was beautiful.
My horse Ella's tail was so long that it touched the ground, and after the storm there were "beads" of mud and ice on the ends of the long red strands. She walked funny as the beads clicked together and whirled around her fetlocks. I felt sorry for her and trimmed the bottom six inches off. She's vain about her tail, but I think she appreciated my efforts. It will grow back.
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