“The ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings.”

Masanobu Fukuoka, The One-Straw Revolution

Full Hands

I was quite happy to see this...
(he came running when I called his name... dear boy.)


yesterday morning as I headed out to bring the horses
in from their night of grazing in the upper pastures.

Ollie's hairdo had successfully thwarted his attempts
at removing his grazing muzzle.


Yay!!
And, again I say...  isn't he adorable!
The wind in his hair as he runs across the pasture...
so model-esque!


We all walked back to the barn.


You might think 5 equines might be a handful for a single
person to maneuver.
However, when everyone is exhausted from the previous night,
it's like walking 5 sloths back to the barn... predictably slow.


And, of course, Moonie is in charge of walking himself back to the barn.
(I removed his muzzle before letting him exit the pasture.)

Daphne and Chloe have the run of the entire dry lot at
night while the horses are gone.


And while we are talking about the donkey girls,
Chloe's neck has healed nicely.
For now we are just watching it and keeping our fingers
crossed that she will have no more sarcoid tumors.





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Yesterday was spent out of the sewing room.
I needed a day off.
Actually, I did make an additional 6 face masks first thing in the morning...
all 44 of...

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