Brandy and Dear Hubby -Having Fun!

Tomorrow, I will get garden photos and updates done, I need to write  up the culling day as well, we worked hard this morning, another 800 -1000 pounds worth of straw bedding went down in the gardens, infilling of plants, more seedlings, and yard cleaning was done..

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We pretty much worked in the gardens, and the yard for both of Sat and today.. We picked up and moved the rabbit hutch’s from their winter locations to their summer, so those area’s will be fully cleaned out. It does take two folks to pick up and move each outdoor hutch but its so nice that you can do so, each is full unit.. so its up and waddle and put it back down 🙂 We need rain.. its been so dry, but almost everything planted is now up, other then carrots.. yes!

But we did stop for some fun!

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Had to ride up to the tree’s, reach up high and take it out of the branches and then open it and ride with it..

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Forward is easy enough but backing it is a lot more of a challenge..

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Ride up to the flag, and take it out and then ride around with it..

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It was windy and flappy perfect..

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The sled pull with uneven log pulls..

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Saw this at a different clinic, they had horse’s that had issues with the softness, Brandy had was golden..

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Horse soccer anyone!! So much fun!

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Ground tying is such a important lesson and she was carrying extra things like the pool noodles..

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3 Responses to Brandy and Dear Hubby -Having Fun!

  1. Sheri says:

    Questions: Concerning your water resources where does your water come from? Are you under some kind of an “allotment amount” for AG purposes? Glad your getting that mulch down. The more the better!

    • We have a shallow well and a drilled well, plus rain catchment, no allotment, just what the ground water and nature provides

      • Sheri says:

        I’ve seen different scenarios here in Washington State depending on where your located and the water source. I have some friends (non farmers) with 20 acres on the Methow River and they are allowed to use additional stream water for growing on 19 acres. If they don’t use the water they will lose the allowed amount so they let a local farmer grow on the land for free. Areas of Eastern Washington (the dry side) are having water issues. My friends (small organic growers) purchased 40 acres in the Walla Walla area and their well went dry. They were forced to do “fracking” to get down to lower levels of water.

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