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Did you know, horseflies hastened the Declaration of Independence? The horseflies dive-bombed the delegates in the Pennsylvania State House from a nearby stable. They were so maddening the men didn't tarry over the signing.
It makes sense to me. Those bites HURT.
Another unknown fact to me Sandra. You are a mind of information.Yvonne.
Thanks, Yvonne:) Appreciate that:)
Good one. Perhaps we need to import more horseflies to move our politicians!? Hugs, Valerie
Ha. Love it.
Perhaps people who work in offices should carry a jar of them around to use when meetings go on too long and someone is waffling.
Heh. I like it!
Man, I would've been running out of there!(lol) Hugs, RO
And yelling 'Bring the parchment and quill. We'll sign it somewhere else':)Hugs received and returned.
I did not, but I remember a line in one of the songs in "1776" -- "Too many flies! Too many flies! And it's hot as hell in Phil-a-DELL-phia!"
Interesting. That backs it up doesn't it?
Hmmm...I wonder what those Horseflies knew that they didn't? Those flie are horrible and painful
I wonder....They are pretty nasty. Knock on wood, I haven't seen a horse fly in years.
Who'd a thought. Right?
Had no idea! 🙂
No idea, and can understand their hurry!
Whatever works, right?
No conocía el dato. Muy interesante, te mando un beso
Glad you found it interesting, J.P.I'm sending you a hug:)
I did not know, but I understand it. Horseflies are miserable.Love,Janie
I did not know!All the best Jan
I'm laughing! LOL! Big Hugs!