Monthly Archives: October 2021

Tearing down the Goat Barn – New Pony, New Home

We are very excited that we have adopted a new family member, a little pony from the North Texas Feed Lot. She had one day to be saved before being shipped to a slaughter house. The pony will be picked … Continue reading

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First Storm

Rain started in the a.m. on Sunday so we are over 2″ in Ben Lomond. Love Creek is flowing well and no concern for flooding in our area. Yesterday, we cleared drainage ditches and swales which are flowing rapidly around … Continue reading

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Khaleesi Back Home!

I brought home Khaleesi yesterday at 12pm. The boys were SO happy for her return. Of course, Khaleesi let out squeals and pawed the ground. Khaleesi spent two months with Sandi Parker for Natural Horsemanship training. She is doing so … Continue reading

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Little Steps feel like Big Progress

The greenhouse stairway has been in our thoughts for awhile as we dream and imagine the potential for the space. Last weekend, we started digging out the dirt and placing the old telephone poles and beams as steps. These poles … Continue reading

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Horse Stall Barn Door

Another project to upgrade the space is rebuilding the door that opens to the new trail. The old stall door was stuck closed due to piles of dirt, and it was ugly and rotten on the bottom. Coming out of … Continue reading

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Horse Corral Retaining Wall

After we started leveling the pad for the barn, it was apparent that we needed to redo and remove the wire and t-post fence. I decided to hire our farmhand Will today to help with the labor. He removed the … Continue reading

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Trail making

We are lucky to have the skill and expertise of trail-maker, Steve Liebenberg who spent the day yesterday making 4′ wide paths. The new loops extend throughout the hillside, around oaks, equal to 1/4 mile. The plan is to ride … Continue reading

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Whimcycle Bike Art

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