Ooooo. What a wonderful segue into my next subject. No, folks, that wasn't planned. hahaha. There are lots of interesting and unique lighthouses out there, but probably none more so than Sullivan's Island in South Carolina. Activated in 1962, it was one of the last major lighthouse built by the government and has quite an interesting shape.
I'm having problems. I really want to go to northern California this summer and do a lighthouse tour, but I keep thinking about San Diego and how it's been more than a year...almost 2 years...since I've been there and I'm really missing it. I haven't made any firm plans for anything so right now it's just all in my head, which is bad enough. hahaha.
Yay! I'm going to talk about horses! My main favorite colors are paint, appaloosa and bay, but I'm very particular about the kind of bay I like. I don't dislike the other colors, but hey, it's good to have preferences, right? It's part of what's so great being an American...the right to choose. Anyway, recently someone posted a picture on Facebook of a gorgeous horse that I just went nuts over
|Reining In Diamonds---Shining C Grulla Horses|
The second horse doesn't appear to have a dorsal stripe and the other three aren't real apparent. And I don't know, but I think I'd call #4 a liver chestnut or seal bay more than a Grullo, but I'm not expert. I'm not real familiar with color genetics in animals, more people and I'm hardly an expert with that. But #4 looks like it has a faint dorsal strip so it could be a Grulla but I'm still leaning towards seal bay.
Well, I guess that's it for now. Happy Wednesday!