Wednesday

O Is for . . . October Outing

Posted for a variety of prompts:

ABC Wednesday (O is for …)

Camera Critters (photo/s)

Heads or Tails (“Tell a Scary Story”)

Easy Street Prompts (“leaving home”)

Inspire Me Thursday (“carve”)

Mad Kane (homonyms in limerick & haiku forms)

Meme Express (“blues”)

Photo Hunt (#133 – “scary”)

Thursday Challenge (photo/s – “hands”)

Today’s Flowers (photo/s)

Weekend Snapshot (photo/s)

Wordless Wednesday – Everyday (photo/s)


“O” is for . . . October Outing



Fairly Fall –

A Trip on the Trail


Leaving home for just a while,

And heading for the trail in style -

With hands on reins

Held close to manes,

We carve our joys in single file.


No scary stories taunt us here,

A-galloping with those held dear.

With softest cues

We banish blues

In golden autumn’s atmosphere.



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9 comments:

  1. We are headed for an october outing, too, though not with horses. We are going camping in our tiny trailer--one overnight to determine if we can travel in it at this time of year. Brrr... Frost last night.

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  2. I didn't think of October! sometimes the obvious eludes me!! Nice!

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  3. WOW! Looks like and sounds like a lovely October Outing you have! Lovely poem by the way!

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  4. Nice photo and poem for ABC Wednesday letter O.

    Bear((( )))

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  5. Nice! I'd really need an "outing" to stress-out!

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  6. What a nice outing : ). I love it!

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  7. Your poem is wonderfully beautiful!

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  8. That looks soooo nice!!

    My husband and I are learning Western style riding now. I used to ride English style when I was young, he never rode at all, so it's new to both of us, and we're loving every minute.

    The lessons are all in a barn though, and I do miss going for a gentle hack.

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