Koolio, SO glad you had a productive weekend teaching! That should really get your mojo running!!
I sometimes do weekend courses on the brain, and I always come back jacked up....sharing ideas with different sets of people is liberating!
Thank you also for the list of horse books. I had Horses Don't Lie
, by Chris ???? In my hand at Barnes and Noble just Monday. LOoks like a quick easy read. I am going to have to force myself to open up a book right before bed.....I force my students to reach each night...yet I don't. Usually so sleepy after teaching and paperwork. Even just 15 minutes would be better than nothing.
HP, we have a person who kinda was put into a AP position....just out of nessecity with all the changing of the guards.....it really went to her head....we all resent her bc she is still in our union and our equal, but has been given too much power.
AND, I feel like she likes to stick to me...which makes me even more
CCG, my riding instructor wanted me to try dressage way back in my 20s....I didn't bite...I wanted to JUMP. I have considered giving it a whirl now tho. I loved competing in Western Riding, they seem similar in the sense that the rider completes a pattern with lead changes etc. Since we've reconnected, maybe I will ask for a few lessons to see if I like it! :)
Not much here...probably wont get to ride...too slippery.
HP, I suspect you have wet, high humidiy winters like ours. My snow often gets stuck in the hooves. I tried the vasaline once, seemed to work, but didn't ride, just took them for a walk. Koolio is correct, generally if the snow can ball up, the conditions arent conducive to riding.
Stan so very glad to hear you had a marvelous time.
Great photos too! You don't look Freddy Kruger AT ALL in that shot! LOL That buck is in velvet...I take it you can shoot them in velvet? I don't think our season starts until they are out of velvet. I live in a HUGE hunting area, btw.
Have a relaxing Sunday all!