It’s spring. Time for a clean start. And time for us Connecticut Yankees to give our horses a bath (we just have to beware of a cold night or day sneaking up on us before the horses are dry). Unfortunately, even after a bath, I don’t think any of my horses will look as sparkling as this pony, who, despite being grey and despite having whiskers, appears to embody the phrase “clean shaven.”
25 Sunday Mar 2012
Posted Sunday Photosin
Way ahead of you woman. Dini has already had his bath, his whiskers and bridle path trimmed, his chestnuts removed and his West Nile shot. I am not focusing on removing all the cobwebs in the barns. That’s in between doing my gravel runs. I have already shoveled 30k pounds of stone: 4 inchesof stone dust in the 3 12×12 stalls, 4 inches in the 16×24 run in shed, all the foundations have a lovely new base of 3/4 inch process and this week I start on the hay barn floor, which will be getting a new base of 3/4 process and with a stone dust topping. The grass doesn’t grow under this woman’s feet…..although it is growing everywhere else!
You are amazing!
Oops I meant I am NOW focusing on removing all the cobwebs from the barns. Oh, yeah and I also trimmed Dini’s mane!