We're coming up on the one year anniversary of the fire. Riding in the burn area is interesting, but certainly not pretty. I sure wouldn't ride here on a windy day, although I hear they recently removed the dead trees along this particular trail.
Be fire wise and safe this summer.
We've received quite a bit of welcome rain this Spring. Hopefully that will bring the fire danger...and hay prices...down, down, down.
I've loved horses all my life and owned several when I was younger. I showed in English Pleasure and Amateur Hunters in my 20s. Now in my 50s, following a long absence of horses, I've rekindled my passion. I have three equines at home - Misty, a Percheron mare, Lyra a mini horse and her daughter, Lola, a mini mule. We're an odd looking group, but we get along great.
My day job is taking a lot of my time right now. So I'm trying to post at least once a week...usually on a Monday or the weekend. But it will be inconsistent for the time being. But it's good to have a job. It pays for hay.