We lived on the hill across from the hillside where Casey roamed on and played. It was always interesting to see someone drive or walk into the area around Casey, he would whinny real loud. After he had done this with me a few times, he realized I couldn't speak horse English and he gave up on me. When he whinnied you always knew humans were around. One time I was called upon to kill a copperhead in Casey’s barn. Fortunately, this was undertaken without the snake getting too close to Casey but being in the barn is too close in reality. I understand the relationship between dogs and humans, for we have had several. Never having owned horses, it's harder for me to understand the friendship between humans and them. I'm happy to have been able to help out with work on a barn door and humidifier in Casey’s barn as well as a few other projects to keep his living quarters A-OK. I was also able to lend tools every now and then to keep the barn on the high standard that Casey definitely expected!
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