Tuesday, March 27, 2012

When Hank says enough is enough, he means it

It was around 8:30 Sunday morning. The herd was huddled under the big juniper in the corral 
to get out of the hot sun. It was a freakishly warm and beautiful spring day.


Anyway, all was calm and quiet until I showed up,



then the shenanigans started,



including, but not limited to, leg pulling,



face-making,



and neck biting.



Hank: ENOUGH!




George: Whoa...what got into him and where did his ears go?
Alan: I don't know, but I'm not sticking around to find out.

18 comments:

  1. Boy, Hank's look is downright SER-I-OUS! Eeeeek!

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  2. I wouldn't want to argue with Hank either!!!!

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  3. LOL, Thanks, I needed a laugh today.

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  4. Hank is definitely not amused.

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  5. I need to enlarge that pic of Hank and hang it over my desk at work. Then maybe folks would quit asking me stupid questions. grin

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  6. Methinks the burros have spring fever.

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  7. So funny! If Hank were driving a car, that face would mean, "Don't make me pull this car over!"

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  8. Estella from Co.3/27/12, 8:17 AM

    HANK RULES!!! Hugs

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  9. Hank would scare anyone with that expression. My standard poodles also do the neck bitey/leg grab thing-maybe they think they are burros.

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  10. Carol in Colorado3/27/12, 9:05 AM

    Boy, Hank means business!! I don't think I have ever seen a horse pin his ears back like that. Spring is definitely in the air.

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  11. Very stern Face there Hank!!
    Tara

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  12. Wow! I'd listen to Hank, too! However did you catch that moment??!! Ears back and snarling...just, wow.

    Nancy in Iowa

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  13. Wow, that's a bonafide Mommy's not happy face....good job Hank.
    Now to the fact that I have once again lost my heart to your jokester crew. The photo of Alan and George "making faces" has got to be my all time fave of them. Just heart meltingly beautiful. Thanks for yet another smile and bucket of loving tears again. Good job Carson. Oma Linda

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  14. Hank does not look happy! I was wondering where his ears were too. Run George, Run Alan!

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  15. Lol I'd run too if Hank made that face at me! At least the burro brothers know when to high-tail it out of there. :)

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  16. I really enjoy all of your posts, but this one has me laughing so hard. Alan and George make the best faces!

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  17. Awe! I've been busy, and I'm here to take a peek. Glad to see things are still the same with these guys. : )

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