I'm so glad you're starting to feel better. A brand new dressage arena sure doesn't hurt the recovery process either! ;)
I'm glad that you are feeling better. Once that happens, you become more confident that you are, indeed on the road to recovery. The dressage arena looks gorgeous.
Oooooh, your dressage arena is very, very nice! Glad to hear you are feeling better. And having hay closer is always a good thing. How funny that you are already thinking of winter! I am starting to gear up for the same thing.
Your place looks great. I'm glad you're able to get out to the barn every day; it looks like a nice place to hang out!
What a fantastic....place to practice !! What stunning views...and Im glad you are on the mend !!......But take it easy !.........Jayne
What a gorgeous barn you have. It sounds like you got a lot accomplished :)
You have BIG skies..so jealous...nothing like it. Yes I feel 'fall' in the air. Oh well, it's all part of loving where we live, right!
I'm so interested in everything that it takes to have horses, the good, the bad, the inbetween. Seems like a lot of work from what I can tell. I haven't been here but once so I don't know what you are recovering from but glad to hear you are... I'll have to snoop around a little more here and there. That barn looks great.
love te photos..looks like building the pyrymids!!!
So great to hear of you getting better...and LOOK at that fabulous arena! Woooowee! Nice. Your man is so awesome...he may need some R&R too soon though..compensating like he is. You tell him to sit for awhile with you, put his feet up!Take care...both of ya's!KK
Way to go David!!! Terry, how lucky are you?!Yes, those HUGE skies of yours are wonderful.
Hello there! Just found your blog. My hubby is from CO, so I love to visit blogs there. Currenly we have a farm on the east coast, a long way from his home! But he's still a country guy!~Lynn
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