Yesterday’s Critique Yesterday, I did a critique of a photo of Christina and Ruby, the photo that you see below. We are taking it one step farther than I have in the past. Yesterday I critiqued the good and bad of the photo. Today, I will give some suggestions on what Christina and Ruby can … Continue reading Christina & Ruby Part 2
A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words Sometimes I even surprise myself with how much I can get about a horse and rider in just one photo. This is a horse and rider combination that I know very well. So maybe you think that is cheating to critique them… Either way, here is my take … Continue reading From My Perspective- Christina And Ruby
Biggest Buck We Have Caught A Glimpse Of Here So Far This Year Goofy Looking Bucks When I see “scrappy horn bucks” as I call them, I think of a few things. Either a young dear who is just developing his rack. An older deer that doesn’t get a full rack like they used to. … Continue reading Back 40-October 1- Today
What’s Up With The Back 40? I haven’t posted any updates on what we are seeing on the Back 40 recently. The deer here are never as big or mature as the ones we see on the Hyde farm cameras. They are definitely passing through our property and know where to come for free food. … Continue reading Back 40 September 19- September 30
Everyone Has There Own Opinions! As with everything else in life, to each their own. Some hunters prefer to hunt from the ground and others prefer to hunt from tree stands. There are advantages and disadvantages to using both. I interviewed, Tycen( my boyfriend) on the topic because he is a more experienced hunter than … Continue reading Tree Stands vs. Ground Blinds
I Haven’t Given Much Of A TBI Update Recently….. I realized that I recently I haven’t given too many updates on my TBI rehabilitation. So today is the day! PT Update My PT schedule is the same. I go once a week. We have the schedule set up so that if I’m not feeling up … Continue reading TBI Update
I Have Told You About Our Shows Our farm shows are a little different than your typical show since riders are all sharing the same horses! It takes strategic planning and good people, but we make it happen three times a year! The show last Saturday did not disappoint. It was a great experience for … Continue reading Last Farm Show Of The Season- A Great Success
Blog Record A simple way for me to keep track of my blog posts. I like to make sure I’m writing a good variety of topics. It keeps things interesting for different readers. Fishing And Reading Track Two of my favorite things to do! Reading and fishing, are two things I definitely want to use … Continue reading More Of My November Bullet Journal!
History Established in 1933 as a waterfowl sanctuary for birds migrating the critical migration highway called the Atlantic Flyway. Black Water is in Dorchester County, Maryland. What inspired my research of the refuge was that a friend of mine caught his first snakehead fish there a week or so ago. Bald Eagles Blackwater is known … Continue reading Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge
Veterans Day is November 11 I’m sure you already know that Monday, November 11th is Veteran’s Day. Tycen is a U.S Army Veteran, he spent 21 years in the military and deployed 7 times throughout his career. My dad is a Vietnam Veteran, my Grandaddy was a Marine and my Pop was in the navy. … Continue reading 300 Letters In 30 Days!