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Liz Stout
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Dreams Become Reality: Part I - Convincing My HOA
I have alluded in previous posts about big changes afoot. Huge, life-changing, dream-attaining changes. Drum roll please.... By next winter, my horses will be home with me for good. My barn commute will be zero. My life-long dreams of having my horses outsi...
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2019 Goals & Intentions
This year looks to be a continuation of the past year, more or less. Overall, I'd like to see myself and all of the animals continue to be happy and healthy. Beyond that, I've detailed some very attainable goals below for each of us as well as a few (+) str...
2019 Goals & Intentions
2019 Goals & Intentions
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I've got a lot of Potentially Huge things brewing, so until I get those under wraps to a point where I can write about them, I'm going to [continue to] take advantage of some fun prefab blog content. Thanks, Amanda . : : : : : This post brought to you by se...
In Omnia Paratus
In Omnia Paratus
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Life Lately
For the second summer in a row, work absolutely consumed my life. As of this past week, I was able to venture out on the "other side" - at least for a time. I'd like to think it's for good, but I'm not that naive - especially with current trends, leadership...
Life Lately
Life Lately
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The Horse You Bought
Thanks, Cathryn , for this blog hop. As I've only purchased one of my three horses, I'll take this time and focus on Q! Which is great, actually, because it's been ages since I dove back into the archives of my brain and this blog to remember what Q was lik...
The Horse You Bought
The Horse You Bought
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Miles on Miles on Miles
The past month+ has been really great for riding, getting fitness built on all three horses, and enjoying great company.  It's such a treat to get all three horses out at once! When I sit down and quantify it, I can see that in the past 6 weeks I've logged ...
Miles on Miles on Miles
Miles on Miles on Miles
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New Friends & Rugged Trails
Sweet, sweet Canaan Valley summertime. Not much is better than this! Canaan is considered "high elevation" for the east coast and Appalachians. The valley floor rests at ~3,200 feet while the mountain top plateaus surrounding the valley are anywhere from 3,...
New Friends & Rugged Trails
New Friends & Rugged Trails
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Endurance with an Iron Horse
This past Saturday I did something I've never done before: a bike race. As if that wasn't a big enough "first", it was the furthest I've ever traveled under my own power (read: not riding a horse): 53.7 miles per my GPS watch. Another "first"? I climbed ove...
Endurance with an Iron Horse
Endurance with an Iron Horse
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The Greying Process
Carly , you asked, so you shall receive! Here's a photo dump of Griffin's greying process. Autumn 2011 (before he was mine) January 2012 January 2012 January 2012 January 2012 January 2012 - evening lighting April 2012 April 2012 December 2012 March 2013 Ma...
The Greying Process
The Greying Process
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At Long Last
The horses are officially residing in Canaan. Their original herd, all bunched together minus Jean Luc when I picked up the "first load" of the day. (3 horses + 2 horse trailer = 2 trips) My commute to see them has shrunk from 50 minutes to a mere 10. It's ...
At Long Last
At Long Last
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