, sending good vibes and thoughts your way! I can't even imagine how you must feel atm. Is your family still doing ok?
, yay to another grey horse I will have problems figuring out who is who
Luckily each horse has different colored tack
Hope Iggy settles right back in with your crowd!
no covering of plants needed here. We are getting close to 80ies this week...
, glad you can work from home. Looking forward to see more pics of Chamois and Maverick... We all now they will move into your barn
, poor Lacy takes a looong time to recover her skin... But being a chronic eczema sufferer, I know those things take a long time to heal... Please take care of yourself!
Our last storm did quite a number on my favorite trail, so a friend and I tried another trail we didn't ride for at least a year... Big surprise, "they" heaped at least 1 yard of soil on top of the road
Now way we would have been able to ride there. So we blazed a trail through the woods to get onto the original trail. It was muddy, but when we found the trail it was boggy in places but others were pretty dry. The other horse refused to get eaten my monsters first, so Raya was boldly moving ahead, picking her way... And suddenly she simply disappeared from under me
Apparently a layer of mud dried over a hole about a foot deep and Raya stepped into it with her FR
Somehow she managed to scramble back on her feet and not drop me in the process. And she didn't get hurt, phew! But she was much more careful picking her way from then on... The footing got deeper and trickier, so we decided to turn back home after a bit more than a mile... Both horses were TIRED after our ride...
This may have been the last time for a while to haul somewhere... Sunday DS was sporting a hacking cough and fever. He slept all day and night and is doing better by today. But now I am following his example...
Guess we will keep hole dup at home for a while...