Tuesday, January 13, 2015

You Know You're in Texas When...





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    1. It's always a surprise to see horses walking down city streets.

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  2. You recon, you see sights like that in the UK as well.

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  3. Yup, there you go. Probably wouldn't have that exact hat if you saw them in the UK. ;-)

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    1. I really wasn't clear why the horse had a hat. Though this was a little before Christmas....

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  4. Wonderful sunshine and proud horses.
    Best regards, Synnöve

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    1. Yes, if you like your winters mild, this is the place.

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  5. Shivering here - nice to see the sunshine! I love your fireworks, btw :)

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  6. Because of the Cowboy hat ? In my town I see horse riders quite often.

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  7. How cool. I don't see horses in the street where I live. Too many cars!

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  8. Great shots! And now I am feeling nostalgic for small towns throughout the US.

    Here's my SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  9. Since I was born and raised in Texas, I've experienced the unexpected delight of seeing horses on suburban (and small town) streets. I miss that. That hasn't happened even once here in the Pacific Northwest! Thanks for sharing your pictures of those beautiful animals and their lucky riders.
    Sandy @ TEXAS TWANG.

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  10. Ha ha! Yes, those are very "Texas" scenes!

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  11. That happens here every so often. I do love the Santa hat. That black horse is big.

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  12. Not something we see around here very often.

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  13. You know you're in Texas when...everything is BIG!!!!!!!! That was my experience, anyway :)

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  14. You know you're in Texas when...EVERYthing is BIG!! That was certainly MY experience! :D

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