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I Can Already Taste It

My tongue has not yet touched it, but I can already taste it. In fact, my tongue is tingling in anticipation. I’m convinced this will be the tastiest plant I’ve ever had.

Farm And Field

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – No Gas!

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge is all about “capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, etc. we move from one place to another on. You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible. 138 more words

Rocky is a Driving Horse!

If you’ve read the blog (the last time I posted which was embarrassingly long ago) then you know that Rocky has been a “project” for a long time. 1,551 more words



As I gripped the lunge whip tightly in my right hand and snapped it, Neville walked out on the line. His little legs were at a slow pace, as if he didn’t care to trot at all. 447 more words


Pony shelter

Meet Piper. She’s a 2-3 year old, 36″ tall miniature horse that I just rescued from a slaughter yard. She came to me with marks all over her body and a severe fear of humans. 816 more words

Finished Project


As I watch Bonnie go from scared to confident I’ve been thinking about her feelings. Natural horsemanship programs talk a lot about how the horse feels about what we are doing. 650 more words

Before & After

Bonnie came to me in seemingly good shape. She wasn’t fat at all. Her feet were not great and needed some TLC, but to just glance at her you would have thought she was healthy. 606 more words