New things are coming! New hours!

Please be aware that the website is in the midst of some upgrades. One thing we will be adding is an online store for merchandise! We will offer clothing and more! Our summer on the farm is/was very busy! So busy that I don’t know if I am coming or going! I’ve thoroughly enjoyed everyoneContinue reading “New things are coming! New hours!”

Chapter Five: The First Lesson

“Mom, what time is it? Is it time to go?” I waited while mom looked at her phone, then at me and then at her computer screen “It is exactly two minutes later than when you last asked me what time it was. You know how to read a clock. I need to finish thisContinue reading “Chapter Five: The First Lesson”

Summer Programs 2021- payment Due

Good Day All! While you are enjoying this rainy weather, please know that June summer programs are now full and registration for them is closed. If you have not paid for your summer program, please do so now. As we will not accept students if the week they signed up for is not prepaid. PleaseContinue reading “Summer Programs 2021- payment Due”

A Day On The Farm- If Only

The farm is starting to get busy. I am excited but also tired. For those of you that don’t know- I, Felicia, have a sleep disorder call narcolepsy. At it’s very basic form narcolepsy is a disorder/disease that makes it hard for my body to sleep/rest properly. I like to tell people imagine a carContinue reading “A Day On The Farm- If Only”

A Day on the Farm- Learning to Lead

Well, it’s the end of the day here and I am taking the time to write this blog post before I grain. Yes, I know I am going to be graining late but the horses will have something to eat later on in the evening. Today was a HUGE day for miss Lark. She wasContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- Learning to Lead”

A Day on the Farm- The Grind

Welcome to Spring! Today it is raining but that is good for the soil and good for the grass! This will hopefully set us up for an early first cut of hay which would help reduce costs of the farm. Growing up I never really paid attention to how much the weather impacted the agriculturalContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- The Grind”

A Day on The Farm-Rest

I have come to the conclusion that the farm is becoming a goat farm with horses, instead of a horse farm with goats. Spring is when I get busy with lessons and farm visits and the like. This year is no exception. What managed to do was increase my goat numbers to over 20 inContinue reading “A Day on The Farm-Rest”

Book Blog

Writing on this blog has been to help me clear the clutter in my mind and to get back into the practice of writing. As such, I’ve decided to create a new website/blog for a series of books I am about to write. I hope to publish the books/ find an agent for the booksContinue reading “Book Blog”

A Day On The Farm- Weekends

First off, let me just say that when I write these posts it is as though I am spinning cotton candy onto a stick. Have you ever seen cotton candy spun from the machine and onto a stick? If not see video below. Cotton candy The video is rather short and those images set upContinue reading “A Day On The Farm- Weekends”

The Old Mare

Over the years I’ve had blogs and I’ve written countless posts about horses and life. I have many posts about what horses mean to me. They aren’t on this website but they are out there stored somewhere in the internet of things. My focus in those posts was Julie. Julie is the matriarch of thisContinue reading “The Old Mare”

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