But he soon settled into Western Trail horse mode.
No one I know has an answer to this.
This week Amy has given us the challenge of a Photo Walk. Monday was a beautiful day for going on a walk and who better to go with than Biasini. Now I cannot sling a camera around my neck when I am riding a horse so all of these photos were taken with my phone.
Some humans should get out more!
I’ve had a bit of an ‘interesting’ week so far. Now, let me be clear, I just mean somewhat stressful, nothing like what people in Beirut are struggling to deal with in the aftermath of their disaster. No! My problems are small by comparison and in truth I lead a charmed life. But on Wednesday…
It is narrow but not a problem for me.
Back in the saddle again, just like Gene Autry!
I have been cantering Biasini through the forest. NO! Not really. This was a virtual ride. My coach’s assistant Lynsey Rowan has been taking Biasini out on the forest trails and she sent me videos. This first one is walking toward the trails. Oakcrest Farm has many acres of forest trails that can be reached…
That kind of cold cuts through you like a knife!
I have never seen a goat on this trail.
My hay has been put into that infernal Nibble Net!
I almost cried. It was my Oakcrest family… a good omen.