They started taking the corn down. I wasn't sure how the boys would handle the changed view, especially the 150 ft long giant white plastic bag of corn at the beginning of our ride. We rode just a few feet away, with nothing more than a watchful eye. They did awesome, even the notorious stream of water/mud didn't get a reaction today.
Before we got to go on that glorious ride, we did more work in the wooded pasture area. Last weeks high winds led to another family “clean up the woods” day, and the realization that it will be a never ending project. The trees continue to take a beating, and are dropping like flies.
|Brad and the boy who doesn't like horses, trying to get cracked tree number two unstuck,|
with the help of a friend - Mr. Bob Cat.
I know it’s a little twisted, but I love our “clean up the woods” days! Spending time outside with family (equine & human) doing something physical, while making a visible difference - what’s not to love??!
|Koda was the first one to want to help Brad.|
|Nemo soon joined him.|
|It wasn't long before they all joined in.|
(Harmony, Koda and Nemo L-R)
|There was some horsin' around going on|
|and some lovin' going on|
(Koda & Harmony L_R)