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Friday, 11 October 2013



Well summer is over and fall is here. The cool evening and mornings make me think about heading back to Arizona but it will be hard to leave this wonderful place. It has been a busy year Ron and I have both retired. Moved from the coast where we lived all our lives. Sold the farm and bought what feels like a small ranch in Merritt. I have not been homesick once up here it is like heaven. I just love living in the middle of the ranchlands. We are surrounded by huge cattle ranches, mountains and lakes what more could you ask for.  We can ride right off the property onto thousands of acres of trails. Endless riding and ATVing.

This summer has been busy getting our new farm horse friendly. Building shelters, corrals, round pens, wood sheds, and redoing our front entrance. The home was recently built and is beautiful. We have a huge shop that Ron loves that our Semi even fits into.

Our new front gates. 

Beautiful 60' round pen all hand crafted with trees off our property. 

Ron built this Wood shed using logs off the property

Our Hitching rail in front of house

The tack-room is the small garage in front of hitching rail

Ron added 13' onto the shed below to make it a 3 bay shelter with one shelter to hold almost 400 bales of hay

Some of my rock paintings along the driveway 

We have a full RV hook-up for guest that even has Wifi 

These are our young guys home breed colt Tracker "Huntyadown" and a young colt we just bought called  Tricker "Heza Hot Streaker" . 

This shelter Ron built at the shop and moved it to the horse area. 

Duma our Domesticated African Serval is happy with her new enclosure 

She has lots of natural trees she can stretch her body on. 

There is about a 50' walkway to the enclosure

Even our little Savannah cat loves it
Well looks like all our projects are done for 2013. Next spring we start on replace electric fencing with wood fencing. Until then we are planning our trip back down south for the winter. Keep posted after Christmas for some great new rides.

If you are in the area next summer stop in and say hi. We always have room for guests and horses.