The Camel Nose Effect

by Doranna

This is totally not the same as the camel toe effect.  Don’t even go there.

This is what happens on a Friday when one wakes up hoping to ride, and encounters this particular weather (and a Lyme Head attack) on the same day.  A little peek into DuncanHorse’s day, that’s what.

Also a little peek into what we’ve been dealing with since his spring shots went so terribly awry.  As it happens, on Friday he hit the front edge of a flare, and in some of the video shots you can see the hives high on his shoulders.

He got a dose of a mild steroid and was settled down the next day…and as it happens, he’s scheduled for a consulting vet visit next Thursday.  I’ve already ordered the incredibly expensive supplement called Transfer Factor because this vet has had such good luck with it when it comes to horses in Duncan’s situation.

Otherwise, it’s a DuncanHorse day!  Can you hear the wind in the background of some of the shots?  They were 50mph gusts, but I don’t think they’re coming through very well.  I can hear them, but…I know that they’re there!


About Doranna

My books are SF/F, mystery, paranormal romance, and romantic suspense. My dogs are Beagles, my home is the Southwest, and the horse wants a cookie!
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5 Responses to The Camel Nose Effect

  1. Robert says:

    Sorry no nose kisses from here, but I will offer some virtual scritches where ever needed.

  2. Marilyn says:

    No nose kisses. Virtual scritches, though. And yeah, I hear the wind. But… funny thing, being from hurricane country, I can tell wind from a video….

  3. Doranna says:

    Clearly I will need to post a pic or video of a nose kiss. ROFL!

  4. Robert says:

    yes you do, inquiring minds want to know

  5. Ruth says:

    Nose kisses and skritches from me.

    You do have the most wonderful skies there.

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