My apologies for the blurry photo. This guy comes in just at last light to have a go at the horse's salt lick.
This is why I like to visit the greenhouse. There is nothing quite like a fresh tomato right off the vine!
The back flower gardens look a lot better green, than white.
I see you.....two!
Fresh grass, full stomachs and nap time in the shade. Life is good on the Acreage!
Elaine and I have been continuing our training of Alpine Black Magic. I have now got her so that she will allow me to pick all four feet. I don't recommend other people try it yet. Elaine did and got a very large bruise on her leg. My old farrier came up to give me a hand trimming her and she almost caught him, even with my warning him. For safety sake, we used the old rope trick on her and got the job done with no damage to the horse or us. Elaine and I have been riding her in the corral for at least an hour a day and I did venture out on the county road with her. She is a very well behaved horse on the trail.
I figure on about 10 to 12 hours riding time and she will be a very good horse.
I bought one of the bitless bridles, and she loves it! There appears to be no difference in reaction between bit and bitless, and the bitless is far more horse friendly. I figure that one of those likely will settle Tucker down and get her away from the head tossing and chewing. We will see how it goes!