Logging Camp

A few horses did survived the Changeover to tractors. A farmer who hated to part with his faithful horses looked for situations where there might still be work for them to do and a few found that work in logging camps. Sadly, the majority –millions of horses countrywide–were sold for slaughter—euphemistically called the fox farms.

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Oil painting on canvas 22 x 28 ©1997


Nona’s works are on display at Wenaha Gallery in Dayton, Washington


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