puppyinthecorner: (uhh...what?)
Snowed last night and was really cold and windy today, so didn't get to do a whole lot, but my roommate and I still went up to see the boys and give them some loving and some good grooming. I'm glad to say that my roommate, Megan, actually managed to get most of the krud off of Bear, and I worked on getting some of the stains out of Flynt, though that one is going to take some extra time just because he struggles in the cross ties so much. I had gotten him over it, but it sounds like my leaser hasn't had him in them, so I imagine he probably just got out of the habit. I'll get him back into it eventually.

So, I noticed it the other day, but apparently someone has been taking the saddle pad off of my saddle, and so my saddle is now totally filthy. I went up there today and found it the same way. Now, since I'm the only one that uses that saddle, there is NO REASON, why anything should be moved there. If the pad gets moved again, I might think about putting the saddle back in my trailer, or putting a sign up, because it's really starting to piss me off now.
puppyinthecorner: (Care Bear!)
Finally got around to going up to the barn today and seeing my boys. In other words, my two horses. Had fun, but man did they make me work. I didn't get any chance to ride or anything, all I did was groom Bear, and oh, groom Bear. He's totally covered in all sorts of krud that just isn't going to come off in one day, and the worst part is that it's all on his belly, girth area, and legs, so I can't even put a saddle on until I get it all or most of it off, and that's going to take awhile. I can always ride him bareback, but part of me really wants to do some saddle work with him. I hope I can get it all off soon.


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