A Break In The Action
It’s seems that it’s that time of year again when there is just so much to do and not enough daylight hours to get it done. So I’ll be taking some time off from blogging, although I will try to keep up with all my blogging friends and see what’s going on with you when I get the chance. In the meantime, I’ve got lots of weeding and landscaping to keep me busy. We’ve also got to have all the barns and sheds painted along with the jumps and some lawn chairs. Fences need to be repaired where trees or limbs crashed into them this past winter and they need power washing too. Some fencing needs to be rerouted around the indoor and some paddocks need reconfiguring etc. Lots of gardens need flowers or ground covers. My goal this year is to plant lots of perennials so I don’t have to do much extra planting in the future.
Have a great Spring and enjoy your horses. I’m hoping to get in more riding in between cleaning up this place if my back isn’t broken by the end of the day.
Here are a sampling pictures to show what my future-fun-fantasyland holds for me:
' The Path of Weeds'
' Fencing '
' Cleaning Out and Washing Trailer '
' Painting and setting up jumps'
' Future site of dressage arena '
(to be assembled and set up)
' The trails need to be cleared and groomed'
' A tree got this fence'
' The perfect resting spot'
After I paint the Adirondack chairs!
' And don't forget to leave some time for me'
Until next time
Quote for Today
You never get the pleasure of owning a horse, you only have the pleasure of being its slave