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”

A Day On the Farm- Experiences

This crazy weather is driving me batty. One day it is lovely, the next it is down right cold and windy. I am still relatively young but I have to say, that I find with each passing year it gets harder and harder for my body and mind to adjust to the weather changes. IContinue reading “A Day On the Farm- Experiences”

A Day At The Farm- Intentions

Isn’t it funny that I started this blog post yesterday with the intention to write it yesterday. It is hard to write a post about intentions when my mind can barely focus on everything that is going on. So, this post will be a whole bunch of photos. Because I want to write; I haveContinue reading “A Day At The Farm- Intentions”

The virus, the farm & life

From the archives of my drafts. Originally written April 15th,2020 I have about ten different ways I wanted to start this post. All of them lack something. These days it is hard trying to establish a direction. It seems that I am stuck between ideas/plans/directions. The pandemic definitely came at bad time but when isContinue reading “The virus, the farm & life”

Covid & the farm

You ever have a day or a week where you keep hoping to wake up from a bad dream? Yea, I feel you on that. As I am sure any of you agree, 2020 was one of those years but 2020 also was the year my baby goats were born. The year I worked hardContinue reading “Covid & the farm”

Leaping Into Spring

I don’t know about you but all of this talk about quarantine and social distancing is depressing! Luckily, here at Hidden Meadow, we offer private and semi private riding lessons. Our aim is to make sure people get to enjoy nature during all seasons! Horse riding is a great way to have fun while stickingContinue reading “Leaping Into Spring”

Hank talks Poop

With all of the panic about coronavirus, Covid-19, Hank would like to talk about poop. Specifically, about the fact that humans seem to have an obsession with it. Out in the wild Hank would eat his poop because it was a source of nutrition. Hank believes that you shouldn’t waste anything. So, naturally he likesContinue reading “Hank talks Poop”

Celebrate Spring with a special offer!

Take advantage of these great weather and our desire to be outside! We are offering a cabin fever special to encourage you all to come out and ride! We had rain here last evening! The special ran until we had rain. Keep an eye on our blog for more options or sign up via ourContinue reading “Celebrate Spring with a special offer!”

The Slow Season

For every business there is a slow season. For Hidden Meadow, January and Feburary are the slowest months. Which is great because it means I can breathe, relax and take stock of what was good, bad and ugly during the past year. There was a lot of all three. 2019 was a difficult year. ItContinue reading “The Slow Season”

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