Whoa! Was that a Mongoose? More of Yesteryear Animules.

I bought one of those hard-plastic kiddies pool for the duckies at the stables. You know the type. I placed it up near my horse’s stall in the shade where I had good access to a hose bib. I kept it clean (appreciated by humans!) and full (appreciated by the ducks!). The ducks used it . . . → Read More: Whoa! Was that a Mongoose? More of Yesteryear Animules.

The Duck, The Chicken & The Eggs

Every spring at Koko Crater Stables was a birthing event. Numerous ducks and peahens had babies. One of the mommy ducks was named Tasha.

Tasha

She was a force to be reckoned with, let me tell you. You did not mess with her! But she was a good mommy and always laid more eggs . . . → Read More: The Duck, The Chicken & The Eggs

Animules of Yesteryear

Long before Keller Farms, we lived in Hawaii – Oahu, specifically. I boarded my horse at a stable in east Honolulu called Koko Crater Stables. It was situated, as the name suggests, inside Koko Crater. For many years before I got there the stables had a large population of peacocks, peahens, ducks and some mallards. . . . → Read More: Animules of Yesteryear