Less words Wednesday

I know for a fact that tumbleweeds can move around on their own. I don't care if this is a baby tumbleweed, injured tumbleweed, or and old decrepit tumbleweed it didn't need to hitchhike on my tail for a mile or so!
Tumbleweeds be forewarned-NO MORE HITCHHIKERS ALLOWED ON TRAIL RIDES!!! I am going to stomp the next one that tries, so stay far away from my tail.

I am thinking that I am going to have the DOR braid my tail for every ride, that will make it hard for the tumbleweeds to get a good grip.
Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR


Andrea said...

Oh Jack! That sure is a sticky weed! You have such a nice tail. Good thing your DOR helped you out.

restoration42 said...

Stomp 'em Jack!

Desert Rose said...

Well Jack...it could be worse, in the desert we have "jumping choya" that need to be taken out with plyers from your hocks. Your hitchikers seem kinda tame now don't they. And even better...you didn't let them get "under your skin"! LOL

Paint Girl said...

That is very funny Jack, funny to me anyways! I can tell you weren't happy with the "hitchhiker"!

The Author said...

I've tried braiding tails but it just never seems to work. Your DOR must be very talented. We don't like those awful sticky things in beautiful tails either.

Alicia aka "Fashiona" said...

I so want to go riding now.


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