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ClicheOnce Gavin and Aspen had established that they were going to take another stab at friendship, things went well.Cliche by SmexyHajiSan
Gavin was obviously looking for companionship and he used Aspen as the perfect excuse to go out and do things that the albino was positive he wouldn't have if he were alone.
None of it was too strange, and it seemed like Gavin really liked to go out and explore the city. Aspen was happy to be his guide and show him the in and outs Chicago had to offer, including the many nightclubs.
"Do you go dancing often?" Gavin inquired one night as he and Aspen approached a club, the music holding a jazzy tone.
Aspen shrugged, taking a second to fix his shirt. Clubs were too hot to stay covered up in, especially in summer. He chose to go short sleeved for this endeavour. "I used to, when I was in college. I was a party hound, I guess you could say."
The vampire smiled, nudging his shorter friend as they stood in line. "Frats?"
Aspen puffed. "No. My brother."
Gavin laughed, amused by Aspe
Apologies, CowWilliam had gone and made his presence known to the rest of the stable crew, as well as his best friend, Talen.Apologies, Cow by SmexyHajiSan
Talen's wife had taken his reappearance much better than Talen himself and William left the meeting with a slap mark on his cheek.
Tat had reassured him it would be fine and that Talen would come back around in a bit. William believed her, still a little hurt that his friend had reacted as such, but he couldn't blame him. He had left in such a way that a sense of betrayal was only fitting.
But things did smooth out, as Tat said they would, and soon things were back to normal again.
As they settled back into the routine of things, Tat got busy on a new project of hers that she had been thinking about the past few months.
General was a tried and true stallion, who came through on all his events. Ever since he had recovered from his ordeal, she had considered breeding him and passing on his genes to the next superstar, but who was worthy of the deed?
Chevalier were rare, and exp
Artist FeaturesBecause who doesn't like a little feature? And these people are awesome and lovely people.
Equinara Just got a lovely black and blue peafowl nordie whom I'm anticipating seeing a lot of. She also enjoys playing with new poses with her artwork which is refreshing to see!
Tesurii has a lovely style and some very lovely Cavitto babies she shows off with that style. Poor Rauco has some fun times ahead with his young colt's antics.
SmexyHajiSan has a great storyline between both her kennel and stable which is definitely worth reading about. Her art of her Kreiges shows them off in the best light, which definitely doesn't hurt the breeds reputation.
OBM is an official HARPG Registered Stable
Home to the Legendary OBM Lieutenant General Brewster
Old Burchard Manor, previously known as Once In A Blue Moon Stables, sits on 500 sprawling green acres full of rolling fields. It underwent a name change after the death of the estate butler, William E. Burchard, in 2013. In his honor, the grounds appearance, name, and theme were changed.
There are 2 stables with 100 total stalls and dozens of open pastures and natural trails to explore. Our facilities combine vintage ideals to new age techniques and aid us in creating the best horses for our, or your, needs. Our trainers and staff live for the horses, and have been raising the best ever in the state of Illinois since December of 2012. Old Burchard Manor is also a registered fox hunting stable, with yearly drag and live hunts.
Old Burchard Manor focuses on working, pleasure, and hunting horses of various breeds. It's dedicated to bringing the sophisticated society and mannerisms of the Edwardian Era to the present and therefore function is more important than breed in some aspects. Our Edwardian theme is also what separates us from the rest, making a visit to our grounds one to remember.
We hope you enjoy your time here with us, and we hope to see you again when its time to part.