Lemons to Lemonade: Biloxi’s Tree Art

As you know, had I not been so fortunate to raise horses and love my days with them, my next passion is art. It has always been right up there at the top with equines….so thought it only apropriate to share other art.

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Imagine 125 mph winds and a storm surge 22 feet tall on an unprotected white sand beach. In Biloxi, Mississippi on August 29, 2005 this was the cataclysmic reality when Hurricane Katrina ripped through the city.

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My husband, David and I own and operate Chocolate Horse Farm in SW MO. We began importing in 2001, one of the longest farms still operating and dedicated to a special breed of horse known as the Gypsy Vanner Horse. We maintain and train an average of 24 horses , with the assistance of some special people. As for the sale of CHF horses, it is a match we take seriously. Therefore, more information will be required of buyers in an effort to put the best horse with the best human. Thank you for visiting!
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One Response to Lemons to Lemonade: Biloxi’s Tree Art

  1. Thanks very much for reblogging our post on the Biloxi tree art. As we said in the post, we saw Biloxi not long after Katrina and were heartbroken. Seeing this whimsical tree art was heartening and tangible proof that this pleasant beachside town was on the mend. ~James @ Gallivance.net

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