Back to Lessons!

My lessons are only 25 minutes at the moment and Belinda or Lynsey will warm him up for me and get him “switched on”! But I am working on getting my stamina back so I can get back to the full 45 minutes . But there is some real value to these short lessons. I…

Opposites LAPC #217

Thank you Tina for an irresistible challenge. Please click on this link to see Tina’s opposites and in the comments links to other bloggers responses.

Back to Work!

This past week Coach Belinda Trussell and also Assistant Trainer Lynsey Rowan had me back to work on Biasini. For the first time in almost three months I was sitting the trot and cantering. And taking instruction about half halting and giving with the contact! I did not suffer any discomfort in my injured hip…

Thursday Doors.

This is the first time I have submitted doors for the Dan’s Thursday Doors challenge. I admit that some are not exactly doors, but they are entrances and so I thought they would do.

The Bumblebee Flies!

Aerodynamically the bumblebee, with small wings and a big body , shouldn’t be able to fly. But the Bumblebee doesn’t know that so it goes on flying anyway. Mary Kay Ash.

Lens Artists Challenge: Urban Environments

This is my response to Sofia’s lens artists challenge of Urban Environments. Do take a look at her post . She has some wonderful photos of different urban environments. Other bloggers responses can be found in the comments.

Sand Pounders: Part 2

    There were many comments on my post last week about the sand Pounders coastal patrols. Here is some more information .This is taken from an article in Horse Canada magazine, November 2014. Jarman, a World War II Coast Guard beach patrol veteran, just before he passed away at the ripe old age of 40…

Saturday Shopping Spree!

Yesterday Oakcrest Farm, where I ride, hosted a shopping opportunity with products by Albion, Equestrian Stockholm and Fairfax. I already have some Equestrian Stockholm saddle pads and they not only look smart but they wash up well and wear well. So , of course, I had to get one more. And then I saw there…