I don’t think I’d like to get a photo as good as this. Mostly because it would mean people were losing everything. Plus it would be hot, and I don’t do hot.
You may recall my mentioning my dear grandmother; she married her high school sweetheart a few years back and his home was in Escondido. The last big fire that moved through had her pretty frightened. They’d spend their winters there, summers here, but after that? Grandma said she’d rather suffer the cold. And who can blame her?
Horse owners got creative. Many turned their animals loose, but not before making sure they could call home once they found a safe haven. Smart move!
I received an email the other day from Kate at Wild Horse Ranch. She’s putting together a drive to get some hay for those horses who’ve been affected by the fires. Here’s what she’s sent out:
We have an opportunity to get about 48,000 lbs of hay delivered to
San Diego county and it will work out to be about $7.00 per bale.
We are raising funds for the shipping costs. Donations will be tax
If you’re interested in donating(and ANY amount WILL help) please
email me directly @ OnlyMustangs4Me@aol.com or give me a call.
If you can give her a hand, that’d be great. Please pass the information along.