Wow! A silvery horse!Interesting picture. :)
This location is simply exquisite. The era is shown through and through.
The building itself appears to be an antique!
I love it!!
Love the old timber building... Thanks!!!Mines up as well at AussiePomm - Norwegian WeedsHave a great WW!!
I wonder how/why the horse got up on the second story balcony.
Cool, old west scene. I love the horse. Great shots, have a happy day.
like it !! where was the picture taken?
I want a horse like that in my house. Great spot!Beneath Thy Feet
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I like such old house. It's nice.
cool shotshappy WW
The horse managed to find its way up to the top.Man made it so intelligent.
wow, love that up close picture of the horse.
Haha :) Thats a cute horse!!And loved the building too.Have a wonderful day :)
Funny to have the horse on the upper level like that :)Is this also at New Almaden? I like the nearby park with the mining artifacts.
Love it! There used to be a cow on one of the houseboats in the creek by ATT park, he is now gone, wonder if he is wandering around looking for the horse to while away the hours.
An odd place to keep your horse...lol
LOVE the old look and feel, it's perfect for the antiques.
What's that horse doing up there? The owner's up to hanky-panky in one of the rooms there and didn;t want the horse to get lost? hehehe
What an amazing looking place, love the horse. I bet he causes a few double takes!
They kept the horse upstairs. It must have cost a lot then.
The house must be really old.Greetings,Filip
Great shot :-)
Thank you everyone for your comments. This picture was taken in the small town of Moss Landing in California, the same place I posted about the sea otters a few weeks ago. I am not sure how the horse ended up on the 2nd floor, but if you happen to drive by and didn't look up, I think you would have missed it. I could not see through the windows to witness any hanky panky. ;)
Great looking antique house, and the interestingly placed horse keeps the mind occupied.
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