Posted 7 years ago
I spotted this beauty in a driveway. The woman selling him said he's an old child's toy but she used him as a prop for her photography business. She was moving and couldn't take him. After much conversation and falling more in love with him, I loaded him in my car with a couple old lunch baskets. Once home and an eye roll from my husband, it was now a hunt for where I was going to put this beast. He's much larger than I imagined, especially when he's not in a driveway. After moving him all over we settled on a corner in my entry. He greets all visitors and children love him. It's instant! They have to see and touch him and when I let them climb up and sit for a picture the smiles are pure delight. He stands tall and proud. His tail and mane are gone but the bright eyes and face are welcoming and friendly. He stands very tall and is as sturdy as he was when he was young. Any info on him would be welcomed.