Bill and Juanita, owners of Allenspark Lodge B&B, are living their dream...
running a successful business and riding as often as possible.
Wednesday, April 17, 2013
I'ts Continuing ....
I've lost track of how many inches of snow. I will go back soon and do a count. You see, every time I go out to feed, I judge how much snow we have gotten by how much snow is in/on top of the horses' feed bowls (about 8" in diameter and 4" deep) since the last time I fed. I feed bowl food twice a day, so it's a pretty good indicator, and then I write it on the calendar.
Yesterday morning - Is there a car under there?
There it is!
Aaah. A path to the road. Now to find the hay shed ....
I'm pretty sure there IS hay in there somewhere .... or I'm in big trouble!
Did you just take a picture of me?! I'm eating here ...
What's that on your feet, guys?
Spring feedings always include knocking ice balls off the fetlocks.
Their tales get so long over the winter, that sometimes they get caught up in the ice balls.
If course, I had to show the snow was knee-deep on me, too, but at least I don't develop ice balls on my fetlocks!
Then we went 'to town' for grocery buying, etc. and saw our favorite other animals on the way home.
Rocky Mountain big horn sheep. Some sort of girls day out.