Anyways in between packing and cleaning and organizing, I got my walk in and the ponies in the pasture were just looking at me and started comin over. So I thought I should go out there and see them, but then I hesitated cause no one really friendly in that group except Jazz and she is still kinda unsure sometimes. But I went anyways and scratched her neck and that was good and under her chin she liked. And its that time of year when the bugs get bad on the belly so I thought I would try to scratch her belly. I started at the shoulder and moved back then underneath. She has never had a problem with me touching her belly before and she didn't now either. Then I got the itchy spot and she really liked that.
Then Belle kept inching closer and she usually doesn't like being petted, but I know she wanted me to get her belly to so I scratched her chest then moved to behind her front legs and she walked forward so I got her itchy belly. It was funny from a horse that refers not to be touched.
And meanwhile Disco stood just on the other side, she hasn't figured out that sometimes people just come out to pamper ponies, I don't know if she ever had anyone do that before, she just waits for you to come to her and she is fine, but doesn't really seem to enjoy it...yet. And Magic was on the other side of me kinda just watching to see what I was gonna do, she seems interested but not quite sure if I should be able to touch her out there yet, but she will come around I'm sure.
And after I left I seen scatchy horses, guess Magic was feeling left out after all.
I also saw that our cactus are just about to bloom, I will have to check in a couple days to see if the flowers are opened.
And the willow I saw the other day now has fuzz on it and I still don't know what it is, but should be easier to identify I would think now.
And I got a short video of the bird flying around, I did break down and look it up and I think its a Willet. As far as I can tell that's one of the only shorebirds that has black and white wings and looks grey on the ground. And if you have your volume up you can hear it calling and also the frogs in the background are pretty noisy!