Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Wild Horses in Washington, D.C.
Thanks for you support. I know tons of your wrote horse / cowgirl gear today and it made me feel so great.
As for the lawsuit to stop the Calico Roundup, I'd give today a good solid C+.
We went to court -- a Federal court is pretty impressive and I felt a strong sense of seriousness about what's at stake -- and the judge listened to statements from both attornies and asked several question.
He wants to rule on the case by next week, before Christmas.
The wild horses have lots of friends here and they are all so intelligent.
I'm learning a lot!
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Terri Farley @ 9:55 PM
Wow our nation's capital never looked more beaitutiful.. well im sure it has but that tree in front of it really stands out. We are so blessed to have a rep like you Ms. Farley! Best of luck and all our prayers with you and the horses. Izzy (my andalusion) is praying for her wild cousins as well. =0)
I didn't wear any cowgirl or horse gear today, but I am still praying for the sake of the wild horses. Keep it up Terri Farley! :)
Hopefully we can give the wild horses a Christmas present.:) Here's praying that the BLM can't duck this lawsuit.
Is this Christmas tree in Washington D.C.? Because they cut down a super tall Christmas tree from our Prescott National Forest here where I live in Prescott, AZ, to put in front of the capitol building in D.C. :D
Oh duh, of course it's the capitol. hahaha. I didn't take a very long look at it, just long enough to see the tree. Isn't it amazing a tree that big came from my towns national forest? Woohoo!