One Pony's Story by Scott Holloway*
Just sitting around outside Nostrana, waiting for someone to notice me...
AAHHHHH!! GIANT ROWDY DOG AAHHHH!!
OH NO! OH MY NO! GIANT ROWDY IS EATING ME!!
Rowdy: yum! This is a lot better than that crunchy stuff I usually get!!
giant Rowdy decided to spare the horsey, she thought anything on four legs
(albeit plastic) couldn't be all bad!............ or did she?
Sadly, this was taken a day or two later,outside of Nostrana.
Rowdy swears she has an alibi.
* (slightly edited-sorry Scott)
This pony was painted red after being tied up.
He matches the rocks in the yard.
JoLee Schultz uses this pony as a weather barometer:
- Tail dripping – it’s raining
- Tail out straight or to the side – the wind is blowing.
- Horse laying on its side – another Columbus Day Storm
Corinne Stefanick says "my pinto is tied up in front of Curves in Sellwood-Moreland. He's the horse I rode in on to my shift at Curves. When members ask me what it means, I say, "I'm just horsing around."