Springtime thoughts…Cobwebs in my head.

Is it a rainy day?  Too rainy to ride on your horse farm?  (It is pouring on my mini farm.)  Is your riding ring too wet?  (Mine will be too wet tomorrow.)  How about taking a broom and knocking down the cobwebs in the barn.  They are a real fire hazard.  You can even do it while your horses are in their stalls to show them that brooms are not evil, even waving in the air.

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About A Cain

I am originally from New York State and moved to Pennsylvania for college and graduate school. My husband and I later lived in California and West Virginia, and then we were transferred to North Carolina. I learned to ride as an adult, in North Carolina. I have two horses now: one wild-and-wooly teenager who is learning from me, and one former race horse that has turned into a school master for me. They are both pretty sensible and great on trails, so we go everywhere. They live with me on my own North Carolina mini farm. I love to sit on my deck in the evening and watch them graze.
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