Please let me know if anyone knows of anyone that can board him for me or knows of a pasture that is close to Quincy, Illinois. I don't have much time so PLEASE help if you can. I only have the 1…Continue
Started by Cheri V/W in Sample Title Jan 5, 2011.
Early this morning I signed in to another forum where I was hall monitor (moderator) for the day. The first thing catching my eye was a post that a company that makes WNV vaccine had recalled their…Continue
I am looking to get a mini. I have had big horses before. Questions?...1. do I need to have 2 ninis. I want to designate my time to training one. If it does need wo ocompany, could I get an alpaka to…Continue
Given the kind of situation going on, a divorce, and the willingness of the man to take the boy's horse to hold for some kind of hostage or to punish the mother through the son I'm not maintaining a high degree of hope for the best of outcomes. Yet still, that is what I want.
Things should be coming to a head about now as I think the divorce hearing is due or done.
Posted by Donald Redux on June 26, 2011 at 12:32pm
I get to feeling sorry for myself, though with the new little barn, having Altea, and Bonnie now, within sixty feet of the house, compared to having to drive with water and feed a mile and a half, drag everything up an icy snowy hillside for 50 yards, this is heaven by comparison.
You see, it's cold, and it's wet, and it's slushy, and I'm old...there, are you feeling sorry enough for me yet? LOL…
Kate came in from doing a little mane detangling on Bonnie earlier today.
It's been snowing and getting deeper and when Kate decided to play more with Bonnie after tiring trying to get the tied together "dreds," in Bonnie's mane apart, she took Bonnie for a stroll. No line or halter, just offered Bonnie a chance to follow, "let's go for a walk, Bonnie," and of course she did.
The paddock is a hazard zone with little pits here and there where big stumps were pulled…Continue
There's the never ending clean up of course. However, being an organic gardener all my life (from age six) I welcome the fertilizer that my horses provide.
And in nice weather I find it somewhat meditative stall and stable yard cleaning. Now with my own larger paddock both are out more of course, and I probably won't do much paddock cleaning but rather work out a system using my big riding tractor rotary mower to smash and scatter the droppings out there.
Posted by Donald Redux on December 15, 2010 at 2:27pm