ChatGPT writes about a horse

Write a short story about a black horse behind a wooden fence on a farm on a cold overcast winter afternoon with a row of trees in the distance.

I'm playing around with the features of the ChatGPT AI engine. I used the photograph of this horse as inspiration and asked ChatGPT to "Write a short story about a black horse behind a wooden fence on a farm on a cold overcast winter afternoon with a row of trees in the distance."

The black horse stood behind the wooden fence on the farm, his mane blowing in the cold winter wind. He looked out across the fields, his eyes scanning the horizon for any sign of life. The sky was overcast and the air was crisp, but the horse was unfazed by the chill. He had lived on this farm for many years and was used to the harsh winter weather.

As the afternoon passed, the horse watched as the row of trees in the distance swayed in the wind. He could see the branches bending and swaying, their leaves rustling as the wind blew through them. The horse was mesmerized by the movement of the trees, and he couldn't help but feel a sense of peace and tranquility as he watched them.

Cousins Maine Lobster Truck

During the summer of 2020, I dined on clam chowder and lobster roll every other week.

Many summers ago, a former employer offered something they Called summer hours. Staff could work an extra hour each day from Monday to Thursday and leave work early on Fridays. I took advantage of this to have lunch with my kids. Summer hours coincided with the summer lunch at specials at One 53 in Rocky Hill. They offered a beer and lobster roll. My kids loved it because they were allowed to order anything from the menu. If they didn’t like what they ordered, they could order something else.

I “discovered” the Cousins Maine Lobster truck a few years ago. One 53 no longer offered lobster rolls on the menu. I was on a hunt for any place local serving lobster rolls. My Google search led me to Cousins Maine Lobster truck. The truck moves between a few towns, including Pennington, Hillsborough, Lawrenceville, and Somerset. If I ordered via the app, my food would be ready by the twenty-minute drive to any of those locations.

This frame from a roll of Eastman Kodak Double-X 5222 400 was taken (Minolta XD-11 and MD ROKKOR-X 45mm F2) during the one time that the Cousins Maine Lobster truck visited Flounder Brewing. I hope they return for the summer.

Goat Communication

A few years ago, scientists at the Queen Mary University of London discovered that goats are capable of rudimentary communications, similar to that used by dogs. These scientists studied goat behaviour (who knew one could make a living doing that) and realised that hungry goats will turn to look at humans intentionally to signal when they want the human to open a box containing food. We all know that dogs can tell us when they want something, but goats?

I had a distinct feeling that this goat wanted me to buzz off.

FYI, Biasini. Horses are good at this too. Perhaps you can have a conversation with the goats at Carriage Farm.

Submitted for the 100DaysToOffload project.