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Monday, August 13, 2012

11,300 FANS, some schooling photos, a few changes on the website!

Maybe I should start labeling these sort of posts as "Catching Up" or "Weekly Wrap Up" or something...any suggestions?

The Farm Page continues to blossom and gain fans around the globe. Jordan leads the way with several dozen new fans coming to us from the Middle East. France, Argentina, and a few Western European countries also contribute a few more each week. Thank you all for the support, the comments and the LIKES! We really appreciate the time that you take to include our farm in your daily interest list! THANK YOU!!!

Here are a few snapshots of some of the schooling this week -

We also had our AWR/NASPR Inspection on Saturday. Congratulations to all the participants! Here are a few snap shots from the day - 

There will be a major change on the Sales Page of our website later this week. Please check back as it affects the pricing of several of our offerings. 

And as a slightly different offering, I'm going to link to some articles and images that are giving me inspiration to persevere through this latest setback with my leg. It could be worse, right?

A super Eurodressage article about working with someone else's horse and making something of it. 
This is a Moth Mullein flower that grows next to the upper stallion paddock. 

We've had some stormy clouds roll through from time to time! Who can resist getting the camera out?

Not much more needs to be said, right? Here is a big inspiration to get better ASAP! 
And for all those who wonder why Charlotte wears a you go!

This Preying Mantis is one of several that is inhabiting the bushes near the tackroom. We need to prune them back (they're overtaking the entire space) but there are dozens of these charming insects living there. Later in the fall that project will happen!! These guys deserve to have a safe haven!

We've had a break in the heat and humidity, so the sunrises are lovely again! :) Nothing better to start a day out the right way but having a glorious bit of bright sky as an omen of good things to come! Speaking of starting the day, I've enjoyed going back in the Voices of the Chronicle of the Horse and reading the blogs that are there. Catherine's pieces are particularly interesting (perhaps it's the double Aries thing), but this one is one of the best I've read thus far...I too have my morning rituals and preferred way of going about doing the various things that make up the day here on the farm. 

So Happy Riding! 

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