Robyn has been busy on the ranch since her weekend back in the city and several of Greg's ongoing projects have been making progress. With the onset of Winter and the increase in numbers of our equine residents it was noted that rug racks were in short supply. With Greg's spec to work from, Robyn set to work with the radial arm saw, drill press and staple gun and two new rug racks were the result of her endeavors. Fixing a light to Misty's stall has become a priority as the days become shorter and it is dark by 5pm. Fixing a light up means that Robyn isn't going to miss out on a Gentle Giant tradition.....she will, in all likelihood get the opportunity to ( you've guessed it !) ...dig a hole and fill it in.
Possibly one of the last lovely evenings of the year encouraged us to saddle Lady the big Shire mare up and take Robyn for a short ride off the ranch. I have to confess I have seen more elegant first attempts at mounting but once in the saddle Robyn was a natural. The sun was going down as a smiling Robyn and the lovely Lady clip clopped through the barn yard.
Time to go, the phone has just rung....England calling. Take care, keep safe, M