Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Parallel . . . .



  . . . . . Parking


at the White Horse Inn.


41 comments:

  1. So, what do they serve? ;-)

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  2. Wonderful and amusing photo, Friko!

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  3. When I worked as a groom in Epping Forest, my colleague and I would sometimes ride a couple of the horses to the pub to buy lunch. This brought back memories. Thank you.

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  4. You can lead a horse to a watering hole, but you can't make him drink.

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  5. ha. hope they have 3 scoops too...smiles.

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  6. What? White horses can go in, and black and bay must stay outdoors!
    An outrage.

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  7. Goodness, when I was riding there were no dayglo stripes and no safety helmets...and now I'm in Costa Rica where there are no dayglo stripes and no safety helmets...time to get riding again!

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  8. Just knew I had to open this one before bed!

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  9. Gorgeous. Loud smiles - and thank you. This is a sight I would much, much rather see than a car park.

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  10. Great picture! I'd have taken one, too, had I walked past this scene.

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  11. ha ,hadden ze niet op witte schimmels moeten komen?

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  12. Hi Friko - did they paint them brown to be different? Gorgeous picture - and just what rural life should be like .. isn't that fun to see and think about .. love it - cheers Hilary

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  13. How lovely! A sight to make anyone smile.

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  14. Ha!! Very cool...we have horse parking here at many of the cafes and grocery marts.
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  15. What a picture ... it's worth a thousand words!

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  16. Funny! The horses' grooms are smiling.

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  17. Lovely. So appropriate.

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  18. Wish I could parallel park. It's always into a parking space head on or twice round the block.

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  19. No yellow lines there then!
    Maggie x

    Nuts in May

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  20. Thank goodness the valets are keeping the saddle dry for me!

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  21. Wow, those are some orderly horses.

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  22. What's the penalty for being Drunk In Charge of a horse ?

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  23. Luckily reverse parking wasn't mandatory!!!

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  24. Broad smile. I like your playfulness. Those horses are so cool they need Wayfarer Sunglasses. I once read somewhere: Happiness is a dark horse. ~Mary

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  25. How very orderly! I had a good smile at this.

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  26. DEar Friko, what an eye! And a sense of the ridiculous! Peace.

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  27. Does the White Horse Inn not have a resting place for horses? :) I have an ancestor who used to take his horse and cart down into your town when he went for a drink or several. Sadly, it was to be his undoing as he died one evening in an accident on his way home.

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  28. LOL! That is so clever, lady! ;)

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  29. I've been looking for a new car, but you've given me a much better idea ... :)

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  30. Funny funny. Can't those horses read?!

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