The rains this winter have been heavier than usual, but since I go to the barn during daylight hours, its a workable issue. Our barn has held up pretty well, and there’s few things lovelier than a bright morning after some rain.
Horses and humans alike are sloshing around the facility.
|Nolan surveying muddyville.|
|Hannah thinks her back yard is still habitable.|
The creek behind our facility is dry most of the year, but fills up from the rain and provides a great schooling opportunity. All the horses in training at LCTS have gone knee-deep in the river.
|Our coming 4-year old Roy took to it easily.|
|Henry was skeptical at first, but then enjoyed himself!|
|My student, A, pilots Majesty into a beautiful pond in creek bed before a lesson.|
And of course, rain means grass which means grazing! Doesn’t Hannah look great? She has kept her weight well this year.