Learning to Refocus

This past week has been quite busy here at the ranch. For the first two days of the week, we were trimming feet with our farrier, mentor and teacher Tommy Kilgore. Then a day later, our veterinarian Dr. Bob Genovese came out to assess a few horses with injuries and...

As Season’s Shift

              These two pictures were taken in the same location just under two weeks apart on McGinnis Meadows Road. It amazes me how quickly nature can change; circumstances can change and the unexpected appears. So far this...

A Little Love for our Herd

Hi Everyone, We’ve been busy this week finishing up a few projects around the ranch. One major thing we do in the winter is regularly go through and groom the entire herd of 80 horses. Even though we see them every day to check for any wounds or skin funk, we...

The January Deep Freeze

Hi Everyone, Here’s a little excerpt from Brenda from this past week with the extreme temps! I am currently hovering over a hot cup of tea. It is just after 5 pm and -10 degrees. This morning, the temperature was -42 degrees at 9 am. Such temps call for living...

A Faithful Friend

Since November 30th ChaCha has been with Jenna, Sami and I – collectively known as “The Aunties” while Des and Shayne were on vacation. We of course fed her and took her for long adventurous walks, but we also got to love her… and (shhh) maybe...

If He were to come here.

Most of us, if we turn on the radio, will hear the tunes of Christmas carols and Christmas songs – some old, some new. There is one Christmas song that my mother used to sing to me as a child. The song is called “Away in a Manger.” One of the verses reads, “the cattle...