On the plot of land next to ours, our neighbour keeps his mare. She’s a Norwegian Fjord horse, a breed from the mountainous region of Western Norway. This relatively small breed is one of the world’s oldest and has been used mainly as farm horses. All “fjordings” as we call them are dun in colour with a light coloured mane and a dark dorsal stripe that goes all the way from fringe to tail. They are beautiful and somehow seem to belong to the nature and rugged landscape in this part of the country.
NOM NOM NOM. Bite sized pieces of apple are very popular.
HE HE HE! Hubby told a joke.