I will add photos of the finished cake if/when S-II provides them.
Next up? Turtles and butterflies. Possibly tonight. We shall see.
|L-R: Nicole walking her horse like a big dog, Cozy, Emily, Danielle and... |
Um.. Nicole's mom (always forget her name)
|1. Flood Control|
|3. Speed Bumps|
|6. Punching Bags|
|7. Scientific Experimentation|
|9. Man-made coral reefs|
|10. Instant Bridges for Distasters and Emergencies|
|Just my style, stealthy and evil.|
|Shiny Pink Disco-Ball of Death|
|People like Katherine here |
not only meet the standard,
she kind of creates a standard.
|Her work is always exquisite.|
of Wall Treatments.
|Friday night's 'community camp fire'. Our barn folks gathered together|
to gaze at a huge fire and BS for a few hours.
|Tag seems to like his log-stall.|
|Camera was hanging from the ring on my saddle, so all pics on horse|
were taken at hip-level. :)
|I just loved his shadow and his little crest of mane. :)|
|"Come on people! Let's go!" Tag says.|
|All geared up on Saturday morning.|
|Our little tent right next to the enclosure. The whinneys were our|
|I like my tack. What can I say?|
|Muzzles are adorable.|
|My little English saddle seems incongruous sitting atop a stack of|
|The wetland near our camp.|
|This picture is THE BOMB. No double chin showing to boot! Thanks S-2!|
|A rough-cut measure. Everything was done|
'by-eye' on this project. I'm comfortable
experimenting. Lots of people aren't;
there's nothing wrong with that. :)
|I drew this twice because I thought the way I drew it above|
|That texture is incredible, I still can't believe how great it looks. :)|