Wow, sorry I haven't updated in so long, I been really busy. Between receiving about 500 yearling cattle and spending time over there going through them and helping brother brand calves, I haven't had as much time as I wish but I am progressing slowly. Kathryn is coming to pick up DoSiDo this afternoon and take him home. She came and watched me ride him for a while yesterday and was really happy. She is planning to turn him out now until later this fall or maybe next spring and then bring him back to be finished. After all, he is only just barely 3 and she can't compete on him until he is over 4 though she may wait until he is 5. The gray mare is doing pretty well, I have only had time to be on her a couple of times and she has tried to buck but hasn't really tried hard. Sorry no pictures at this time, when I am outside, usually anyone who takes my pix is busy elsewhere
. Now that everything has slowed down a little bit, I will have some more time, I hope. I am expecting 3 more horses sometime on Sunday (along with a horse that is being given to me by some old friends). It is funny that I will be riding horses from the same bloodline, just 2 generations down, from the horses that my Dad was riding years ago. My head is pretty much all healed up and it doesn't look like there will be much of a scar. As opposed to going back to the Dr. And spending another 80 bucks to have the stitches taken out, I just did it myself the night before last. Still a little sore but at least I can get my hat on now LOL. For the first 3 days, I couldn't.
Anyway, that's my sad story ;p. I am remembering now that I have muscles that haven't been used in years and I am getting stronger and more in shape. I will try to keep updating more often since things are kindof levelling out.