WARNING: This blog contains copious amounts of adult GAY material. If that's offensive to you, please leave now. All pix have been gleaned from the internets so, if you see a picture of yours that you don't wish to have posted here, please leave a comment on the post and I will remove it with my apologies.
ATTENTION: A while back I created a fourth blog (actually, also a fifth) but haven't had the need to use either of them. They both were tied to my gmail address and it occurred to me that if this current blog was deleted, I wouldn't be able to access the other two because of that fact. So, I've deleted those two other blogs. I'm not sure yet what I'll do if this one gets zapped.
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
I apologize for the giant gap in the archives here, but I accidentally deleted an album from Picasa.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
This horse was a pack horse during the Korean war, and she carried rifles, ammunition and supplies to Marines. Nothing too unusual about that, lots of animals got pressed into doing pack chores in many wars. But this horse did something more. During the battle for a location called Outpost Vegas, this mare made 51 trips up and down the hill. On the way up she carried ammunition, and on the way down she carried wounded soldiers. What was so amazing? Well, she made every one of those trips without anyone leading her. One can imagine a horse carrying a wounded soldier, being smacked on the rump at the top of the hill, and heading back to the "safety" of the rear. But to imagine the same horse, loaded with ammunition and trudging back to the battle where artillery is going off, without anyone leading her, is unbelievable. How many horses would even make it back to the barn once, let alone return to you in the field one single time? So here is a clip of her story and photos to prove where she was and what she did.