Well Tina, it's almost the end of the line for the flowers you brought over a couple of weeks ago.
They were the bright spot of the morning, as it SNOWED last night.
Not what I wanted to see.
Were the flowers going to survive?
The girls seemed to do well last night with Abbe's new housing arrangements.
I think they appreciated having their hay under the shed roof.
Having two horses is so different. For the past 30 years I have had an average of 6-8 to take care of.
The snow really lets you see how the garlic is looking.
I don't know if drumming last night had anything to do with it, but today when Khalid had us working hard....my arms were killing me. Fortunately I survived.
Just before we quit, the sun came out and by the time I got back to the farm
everything was green again.
Put Berlin and Abbe in a little early
as Gary and I went to the Macaroni Grill for dinner....gift card. Of course I forgot my camera.
For those of you who are missing Belle, here is a photo of her taken shortly after she got off the trailer at the Double G Ranch. It was taken by Sharon (ranch owner/manager/trainer) who reported that she was doing very well. So far so good. I'm sure she will keep in touch, and I can't wait to see the new indoor they are building.
By the way, there is another Belle at the ranch, so Belle is now Bella. Beautiful girl.