Horse corner

Halfway along the Thyme Track is a semi-circular area which in spring is covered with wildflowers. We call this ‘Horse Corner’ because the first summer we were here we would walk along this track and find a horse, tethered on a long rope to a small stake, grazing contentedly. horse corner 15-3-13No wonder he was content, plenty of grass to eat, and a view like this.jose antonio's valley1 15-3-13

5 to remember
el caballo – horse
semicircular – semi-circular
la esquina – corner
una cuerda – rope
un palo – stake

And if you’d like to tweet a link to THIS post, here’s my suggested tweet:
Horse corner, in a quiet corner in #Spain via @Spanish_Valley

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