So, what do they serve? ;-)
Is this a horsey kind of place?
Wonderful and amusing photo, Friko!
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.
You can lead a horse to a watering hole, but you can't make him drink.
ha. hope they have 3 scoops too...smiles.
What? White horses can go in, and black and bay must stay outdoors!An outrage.
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!
Just knew I had to open this one before bed!
Gorgeous. Loud smiles - and thank you. This is a sight I would much, much rather see than a car park.
Great picture! I'd have taken one, too, had I walked past this scene.
ha ,hadden ze niet op witte schimmels moeten komen?
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
How lovely! A sight to make anyone smile.
Ha!! Very cool...we have horse parking here at many of the cafes and grocery marts.HugsSueAnn
What a picture ... it's worth a thousand words!
Funny! The horses' grooms are smiling.
um, those are brown horses.
Lovely. So appropriate.
Wish I could parallel park. It's always into a parking space head on or twice round the block.
No yellow lines there then!Maggie xNuts in May
Thank goodness the valets are keeping the saddle dry for me!
Wow, those are some orderly horses.
What's the penalty for being Drunk In Charge of a horse ?
Luckily reverse parking wasn't mandatory!!!
Nice to seeAloha
Ha.. very good. :)
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
How very orderly! I had a good smile at this.
i like that!
DEar Friko, what an eye! And a sense of the ridiculous! Peace.
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.
Ha! My chuckle for the day.
LOL! That is so clever, lady! ;)
I've been looking for a new car, but you've given me a much better idea ... :)
Funny funny. Can't those horses read?!
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