It's really muddy.
Rebel must have bumped into something last night as there was blood on his wrap.
Had to take it off, clean him up and start over before he could be turned out.
I'm not making a boot anymore, so I have to make sure he is protected from the mud.
He was more than ready to get out with his girls.
We had a short jam today, as we were all going over to watch the Chris Wilson
concert at 3. It was part of a winter series called Cabin Fever and was
presented by the Greater Brockport Development Corporation. (The winter version of Summer Serenades).
My baritone ukulele is showing some wear.
Gary was the host for the Chris Wilson concert and
the turnout was great.
I've posted videos of Chris before. He has an amazing voice and is also
an incredible musician. He just got back from Nashville, where he recorded a
new CD and we are so lucky to have him in our community. He lives up the road from us and has developed a beautiful performance venue in his barn.
There was a reception afterward and he had a chance to speak with many.
Chris was at Brockport High School while I was still teaching and I have
kept track of him since then....especially once he moved back to town
after performing all around the world.
Maybe we can get him to do a performance in the indoor someday!
I got home a little before 5 and it was snowing like crazy.
Rebel and the girls were smart enough to hang out in the indoor.
Everything was a set up for dinner before they even knew I was in the barn.
Fortunately, they come when I call them.
I had to replace Rebel's muddy outside wrap, but he was nice and clean underneath.
and Phoebe were not too excited to be out in the snow.
Dinner was an instant replay.
It's a good thing we like leftovers.