The horses thought we put all that hay out on the trailer just for them so spent the afternoon chowing down!
Oh smores are sooooooooo good!
My niece Ana played the guitar for some praise and worship songs out by the campfire.
We love having all the kids come over as some of them live in the city and never get a chance to see horses up close or go on a hayride. I'm going to try to find a real hay wagon before next year, I think that would be more fun then using the beaver tail trailer.
Hubby and I decided to go for a little ride out on the carriage trails one afternoon. I'm the gate opener and picture taker.
The road is blanketed with pine spills that have dropped from the trees.
We still have some pretty good foliage color but it's going fast and with rain predicted for tomorrow it won't last long.
I especially love this burnt orange color.
We were hoping to see the doe with her twin lambs so that I could get a picture for you but they weren't around. Just got these hoof prints that are everywhere out there.
Don't know what kind of berries these are but I think I will try making a wreath out of them for the front door at Christmas time.
We love our carriage roads through the woods. There's usually some kind of wildlife to see along the way.
Guess that's it for today. Headed up to the stable this morning to ride Little Bud. The ponies will be headed up on Friday as we leave on Saturday for vacation for a week. It will be hard coming home and not having them here but they are only 5 minutes away and I know I have to do this every winter so I should get used to it. (But I don't!)