Books By Hazel Beecroft Down Centerline This book is about an event rider who is overly anxious to progress up the levels. Her main competitor has many horses, she just has one. Her mare, Star. This is the story of her decisions and difficult choices she has to make when it comes to her horses’ … Continue reading August Reading List
Only A Few Days To Go I’m back at it with my bullet journal. Trying to get the main pages that I use daily ready to go. Once I have all the necessary September pages I will start trying to think of some other fun pages to add. Some for September, and some to use … Continue reading More Work On September Bullet Journal
Stages Of TBI Rehab As I have progressed through this journey of TBI Rehab, every stage of it I have been in I would tell you it was the worst stage of all. So I’m doing it again, this stage I’m in right now sucks! It’s the worst so far. Progress It’s not that I’m … Continue reading Partly Cloudy or Partly Sunny? Blogging My Way Out Of A Slump!
Back To Podickery Point Po-Dick is our go-to spot most of the time. Most of the Chesapeake Bay and Magothy River anglers are familiar with this area. The hard bottom, the structure of the bay bridge pilings and Sandy point light make it a fish-friendly area. Especially if you fish right along the edge of … Continue reading Tuesday Night Action On The Jenny Bird
New Journal That Is So Nice It Scares Me! Seriously, it is so nice and pretty and perfect that I had to stare at it for a day or two before I got brave enough to actually start to work on my September layouts. Theme September is my dad’s birthday month. He is a fan … Continue reading Got Brave And Started Working On My September Bullet Journal
I Have Spent A Lot Of Time In A Lesson Barn I have spent the last 20 years working at our lesson barn. It is interesting the similarities and differences in the students that come and go. If I had to, I would loosely sort them into these categories. Horse Crazy/Obsessed These kids are obsessed … Continue reading Riding Students- It Takes All Kinds!
Helmet Fit Is On My Mind After summer riding camp, helmet fit is always on my mind. It seems no matter how many times you get the kid in the right helmet and adjust it properly, it somehow ends up on the wrong kid or gets unadjusted! Has To Fit To Do Its Job I … Continue reading Proper Helmet Fit-Yep, I’m Going To Keep On Beating That Dead Horse
Summer Riding Camp We offer four, week-long summer horsemanship camps at our farm each summer season. Camp includes riding lessons, mounted lessons, horsemanship lessons, arts and crafts, and regular old camp games of course! It takes a lot of time and planning to make it all work. Not to mention, great people to supervise and … Continue reading Another Season Of Summer Camp Goes Down In The Record Books!
Another Guest Post By Jennifer Dougherty Obviously, by now you’ve heard I have a broken leg. The timeline given to me by the surgeon just before going under was “It’ll probably be a year before you can forget this ever happened.” Cool, that’s exactly what everyone wants to hear at the beginning of their summer. … Continue reading Surprise! Having an Injury Sucks
Guest Post By My Friend and Long Time Student, Jennifer Dougherty Now that I’ve lived with my injury for over a month, I like to think I’m something of an expert on it. (To catch up on what happened you can check out the EH blog post “Horses, Accidents, and Lifelong Friendships”). After many trials … Continue reading Broken Leg Survival Guide