I'm just catching up now on everyone's trails lately.
, congratulations on your tecnnical achievement.
You had me at "bear trap"
- who names these things??? ...great horseback and flower photos again. It's nice when people notice flowers.
, lovely photos - the red roofing is really standing out with all the green grass in that gorgeous hilltop view. Love the bridle and had noticed that before!
I was going to ask you whether those cattle are on your own property and that is a service track in it? If so - you appear to have Hereford / Angus crosses - and Herefords are so hard to find where we are lately. In the past 20 years, we've lost so many beef breeds in Western Australia to a monoculture of wall-to-wall Angus... Is there any Arab in Magnum, or is he just exceptionally pretty?
, how good that things are improving with Hamlet. You could always tell him to get thee hence
! Although not necessarily to a nunnery...
, it's great you finally
got to ride...
Although it does seem you could use some of these:
I hope the weather dries out a bit for you.
Walking improves riding, and empathy with your horse if you do it with a backpack full of bricks!
I'm sorry about your horse getting scraped though. Good weather wishes to you too, I know the rain has been plaguing you in your neck of the woods as well.
Mine are almost always crooked when I post here. I don't know why either.
This is because of the way picture orientations are saved by some photo software people use at home, versus the forum. The HF software doesn't recognise the little bits of code that tell your photo software how to turn a photo. You actually have to physically turn and then re-save your photo in an image manipulation programme, like Photoshop or the (free online) GNU Image Manipulation Programme. Other people do this with less software - speak up anyone for a simpler process if you have it! :)
Good to hear you're riding,
- and mostly
I'm not sure if you were around when I broke three bones in my foot last year from coming off in a little crow-hop at the walk
Here's the full story, it's quite entertaining - had a lot of people laughing, even though they actually didn't enjoy that I broke bones
, nice picture! Have you shown us your horse? I'm curious. Even just the ears!
- got a camera yet so you can share your scenery? I'm sure we'd all love to see a virtual trail from your part of the world! :)