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Featured: Picture the West www.CowboyPoetry.... is Jennie Lovejoy, circa 1923, granddaughter of Chalmers Lovejoy, one of the earliest and largest pioneer ranchers in Cherry County.
Nice moment---Checking for twists in your reins.
Icelandic Horse In The Wild. Photo Credit: Georg Vilhjálmsson
Hello, I am happy to get acquainted, through beautiful pins, I do not speak English, the PC translates, I do not know if the text is completed??? Your passion for horses, which are so magnificent is justified, have you one of these beautiful animal??? I have go horse-riding, he(it) it in several years, at the moment I have only dogs and cats(chats), thank you for having answered. Kind regards.
Je suis actuellement avec de nombreux chats, autres animaux ajouter bientôt
I have at present, more than 13 cats(chats) (I had 19 of it, but their life expectancy is too short) I have York of 6 years, one Lhasa Hapso of 3 years and a chihuahua of 2 years (coming from refuges. See you soon.
I love horses, love being around them and working with them! Amazing animals!
Lindo de viver!
midwinter-dream.t... Reblogged from theenchantedcove posted by our amazing world
Mrs Esther Stace, from Yarrowitch, riding sidesaddle and clearing a record 6’6” at the Sydney Royal Show in 1915.
This is the Captain speaking, prepare for crash landing.
Raro ver una expresión tan divertida en una imagen del 1800. Lindo
Trick rider in rodeo, 1910. I have this hanging in my room!!
Vintage photo of "tea for two"
Roy Rogers and Trigger with a Polio Victim in Pittsburgh in the ealy 50s when Polio was Rampant in the U.S.
You are very welcome. :)
No problem Rosemary :):)
There are tons of teens and preteens who are fans of Roy Rogers and Trigger and all those old actors. Though we like to think that we're rare, we aren't. And that's good, IMO.
UAE Urges Strengthening #GlobalCampaign To Eradicate Polio
This incredible photo marks the end of Matador Torero Alvaro Munera’s career.“And suddenly, I looked at the bull...he looked at me with this pleading. It was like a cry for justice, deep down inside of me...I felt like the worst shit on earth.”
Sisters all in a row, early 20th century. This photo reminds me of my dad's five younger sisters born circa 1920-1930: Geneva, Ruth, Nina, Ina, and Helen.
This is probably the best kind of prank…