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They bring back great memories, don't they?
Thinking back 20 years, I can't believe I did this...they are magnificent! :DDD
Hi, Faye! I just jigged some photos that I took at Sandusky to share with you. I loved this series that you did so much that I had to go looking for photos from that trip.
Thank you. Doesn't look too bad for 100, does she?
What a great story. Looks great!
Mignonette is an "American Beauty" with a peek-a-boo mane. She was created in 1912 and is named after my grandmother, Minnie Uter, who came to Canada (and subsequently, Burnaby) in 1914 aboard The Empress of Ireland. Mignonette was my second horse to strip, sand, shellac, and paint.