What a beautiful chilly fall day! -
Which means.... sweaters, hot coffee, no passing out from heat, not drowning in my sweat as it drips in my nose when Im under a horse, and pumpkins!!!!
Nick and I are having a pumpkin carving contest wednesday night and we will be posting photos to let YOU GUYS vote!!! So tune in wednesday!! -
#MindfulMonday: Equines are unfortunately abused and neglected every single day.
🐴: Jasmine, a Draft Cross born around 2000, is a rescued #PMU foal from Canada. The majority of foals born annually to PMU mares are considered by-products and most are sent to feedlots to be fattened for slaughter. Jasmine was skin and bones when we rescued her after being severely neglected. Her transformation from sickness to health has been dramatic, as has been the case for so many of the horses rescued by #EquineAdvocates over the years. Now settled into life at the sanctuary, Jasmine spends her days in the pasture we call “Glamour Girls” along with her best friend, Millie and former PMU mare, Ella.
Ireland was breathtaking, and so is Poland!! Toying with the idea of starting a little equine getaway adventure with @eqglobetrotter ❤️ I’m thinking of a week groundwork, bareback and bridleless lessons, trail riding up mountains and across a river, camping with ponies, kayaking, a day of sightseeing in Krakow (with a romantic carriage ride + wine 🍷 ), painting with ponies (+ wine 🍷) and maybe visiting a castle or two? And then maybe drink some more wine 😜 What do you guys think? Any suggestions? I’m shooting for organizing something in 2020 😁
I do believe Mr Darcy has a bit of pep in his step. One thing photography constantly reminds me is how much I forget of what is going on around me when I am behind the camera. I completely forgot about Mr.Darcy’s antics until I looked at the images last week. It is worth taking a step back, put the camera down and soak in the moment you are in.