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NPS Horse


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Close to the end of our excursions in Wyoming, on the way out of Grand Tetons National Park, the road wound past a group of grazing horses. On the flank is branded NPS which leads me to believe they are the property of the National Park Service. I’m typically not a horse guy but was drawn to them because their colors seemed to glow in the warm light of the setting sun.

When asked why I don’t like horses, I said. “I never said I didn’t like them. I won’t know whether or not I like horses until I actuall taste one.” As you may guess, my joke didn’t go over too well. I guess I’m not as funny as I think I am. 😛

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