Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Some photos of me and the horses

Not the best photo but I found it interesting. Edda did a spinning turn right after I took this photo.

Short ride on Stjarna yesterday, getting her to round nicely. Find her reverse dapples interesting. Yes, I am riding her bitless. She had some pretty big issues with a bit, so I decided to re train her bitless and she goes much softer this way.

This photos shows her dapples a little better.

Riding does make my back and body feel better. Thank you DS for taking the photos.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Reason for No photos

I am sorry everyone for the lack of Photos. I finally found out why. Let's just say it has something to do with Google+ and the lack of foresite with Google itself.
Hence the 3 years of photos gone on this blog. And 4 years of photos gone on my Art blog. :(

It will take me a couple of months to get all the photos back up on all my Blogs.
Am sorry ..........

Saturday, July 9, 2011

Eww... the ground peed on me!

Is the ground supposed to be doing this? Nari would sit just out of reach of the creeping water and.....

As it touched her body, I swear I could hear her say.............I say, who... has caused this unwarranted attack upon my person?? LOL

Edda was 2 years old May 30

Decided I had better get some new photos of Edda since she is for sale....and if you know anyone interested in an Icelandic, let them know.
Camera has been slowly dying, it really doesn't want to take action shots and does some weird things when I force it. But it turned out pretty neat anyway.

She is as tall as her mother who is 13.3 hands tall and she is still growing.

Even though her coat is super dirty, she shines through all of it.

Last two photos are her running with her Dam. Can see how much muscle she has running in the rolling pastures we have.

We have Peony's!

First Peony's we have had in 5 years and they are well worth the wait! And I put one of them in the hand blown glass vase I bought at Jamestown, VA.

Flowers always put a smile on my face.

What do you do when the Garden is over grown?

Get Sheep!
With everything I have to do, is all but impossible for me to do a Veggie garden this year. So I decided to toss two sheep in and let them have at it. At least it will get eaten down and not look so scruffy.