Keeping up

Hello friends, I hope you are having a fabulous day!


As much as I want to ignore it, deny it and rant against it, fall is here. And so far it is NOT a beautiful Indian Summer type fall. Though we've been lucky here in the Big Horn Basin, we see images of terrible losses in the Black Hills of South Dakota, my birth state. Friends from Casper were three or four days without power. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you as you struggle through this rough road.


There is light at the end of the tunnel. I love the beautiful, golden rays of a fall sunset.


Gidget is becoming such a great friend. She is now 3 months old and tearing up the barnyard, but still isn't too big to cuddle on mom's lap!


Coming home from Thermopolis last Sunday. Love the colors of the green field, red hills and the white snow. Love the warm water pools. If you haven't visited the natural hot springs in Thermopolis, Wy, try to get there.


Another sign of fall is that people are parting with their horse. Hay prices are going down this winter, thankfully, but families that are forced to relocate because of jobs, home sales, etc. have sold us some fabulous horses.

Dick brought home about 8 horses the other day. All look like they will be kind, gentle, good ones. We rode this gray gelding we are calling Eliot. I rode him, Addie rode him. He is good. He is solid. He is 12-years-old, 15.3 hh and a TB/QH type. I haven't talked to Dick about price yet, so if you are interested in Eliot, give Dick a call at 307-272-4083.

** Update ** Eliot is sold.

I figure I can ride at least one horse a night before I have to start on chores before it gets dark. So I will be posting more horses for sale in the days to come.

If you can feed a horse this winter, I suggest checking these out! They are good ones, but we would like to move them before winter sets in! They will be priced to sell! Give me a call if you are looking for something! Erin 307-254-3968

Thanks so much for joining us here at the barnyard. I have so much I want to share with you! Please come back soon!

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