Three Cousins and A Horse

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Morgan, Weston, and cousin Madison–on Weston’s last day home before I took him to the airport.
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Weston, caught in the act of actually smiling!
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The horses got into some burr trouble, so Morgan’s been working away at their manes and tails.
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I’m afraid this is going to end up requiring scissors…..


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 3, 2015  

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  1. 1-3
    12:33
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    Nice post, I was hoping we would get a glance of your tree.
    A bit of hair conditioner on those tail may make it easier to remove the burrs.
    I am happy for you that the Kids were able to spend some time with you for the Holidays.

  2. 1-3
    1:27
    pm

    What handsome young men your boys have become. Those blasted burrs! Baby oil works wonder too and is good for the manes as well.

  3. 1-4
    5:09
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    I vaguely recall my Dad telling us to use oil in their tangled manes and tails to make it easy to comb out burrs.

  4. 1-4
    2:27
    pm

    We use baby oil in manes and tails to detangle them and keep them from tangling. It also makes it harder for burrs to cling to them.

  5. 1-6
    7:27
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    That’s a real good picture of Weston he had a great smile! :sun2:

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