The Eve of Christmas Day is upon us, and though I am at home in the barren bushlands of no internet, I wanted to take a moment to wish everyone a glorious Holiday Season. Whether you practice your Yule Wicca in the woods, Christmas, Hannuhka or anything else - have a fantastic Holiday and may 2019 bring your hopes and dreams a little closer. They will not come without challenges and growing pains but without the dark we wouldnt appreciate the light.
Unfortunately, the skies have opened once again and the nearly dry ground is once again, excessively saturated, which means no riding today. I do have some field trips planned for the near future, but for now, a blog hop to kill the time as the rain drizzles and drips off my tin roof - We'll start with something easy before getting into the nitty-gritty. Q1: What hobbies do you have outside of riding? Life on a farm is very busy, and I work full time and I am also taking some courses part time as well. In addition to riding, we raise chickens for eggs and meat, grow and harvest our own hay and crops. We also tend a large garden and I am planning on attending some local Farmers Markets in the near future to sell eggs and some things from our garden! Q2: What is your boarding situation? Are you happy with it? I have a 160 acre farm, but sadly given the climate it is really only conducive to seasonal riding. Being in Northern Alberta, our winters average 7 m