But yeah, with extensions like that, we understand the confusion.
There are a handful of places in the country where you’re more likely to see a moose fancy-prancing down the road than an escaped horse, and northern Maine is one of them.
This wee tot, however, was pretty convinced that this moose was in fact some sort of equid. And really, we can see why — look at the extension on this thing! That toe flick! That expression in the gait! Unfortunately, moose pace rather than trot, so that’s not going to impress any dressage judge, but if there was some way to bottle up that kind of movement we’d be lining right up.
(Turn up your volume.)
Posted by Justin Babin on Saturday, April 14, 2018
Good effort, kid. But yeah, maybe it’s time to sign up for 4H or Pony Club.
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