Pete taped the horse agility sessions after lunch. I didn’t have the time to do much practice – the down side was that the horses were unsure about what to do in places. The up side was that they weren’t bored.
After, I cleaned out the goat pen. I’ll do this again one more time before we leave. Then, Pete suggested we go for a ride. We got the three mares out, and in addition to doing Siggi’s Trail, we did Peaches’s Loop. There were places where the snow was knee deep – Tyra simply staggered through it. We both agreed to wait a while before venturing onto it again.
Then, I took Tinni and Raudi out on Siggi’s Trail. It’s marginal – the ground has thawed in places and the horses sink in a little bit. But nevertheless, it was a good outing
This evening I’ll clean up inside. My work area is a mess.
Tomorrow will be taken up with more routine stuff. I’m going to work on the proposal, go to strength training, and again get the horses out. If any time remains, I’m going to begin cleaning my cabin, which is even more of a mess than my study area.
So there goes tomorrow. Are we going to be able to get out of here by Mid-May? Right now this is anyone’s guess. It is a worthy goal, well worth attempting to achieve. But if we are not ready and have to leave a few days later, this will not be the end of the world. Slow and steady sets the pace, a motto for the human race. The tortoise in the hare in the hare and the tortoise said this. Smart tortoise, dumb hare.
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