Our Luna is home, she came way later Saturday than expected, which was okay as I have been in and out of the ER (and surgery, but whole other story) all week so we had a bit more time to prepare. She arrives very tired, so we put her on the one side of the pasture we had fenced off for her and I got up every few hours to check on her. Next morning she was pacing, trotting around, calling for the 3 Elders across our driveway and just putting herself in a lather so, I got "Auntie" Smoke and they were instant buds: Can we be friends? Auntie Smoke: "Luna, let me show you the food buffet, follow me": Luna: "Well this east coast grass isn't too bad": This morning though, Smoke wanted nothing to do with Luna, she was tired, hot, and the humidity was up so she wanted nothing more than to go back into the barn under the fans. We made the decision to let Luna go with the other 2 as the flies are horrid right now regardless of if you spray them down. There was squealing, kicking, hopping, grumbling off and on for about an hour, now, they are all in, the barn aisle the doors on either side are wide open for easy entry/exit, and every so often they come out to eat they square bale of soft timothy I threw all over the place to give them something to occupy themselves with when they were first introduced. Worked pretty well. Luna watching the others: Luna is sticking really close to Smoke, like by her side close, so I think she is finding reassurance from her for now. Hopefully she will become independent once she is here for a while and realizes she isn't going to be taken anywhere or tossed in with a stallion. We are getting her checked over by our vet Thursday, and pregnancy check is top of the list.