Category: Wild Horses

2016 Goals

We’re baaaaaaaaack! So apparently we’ve been through some sort of Space-time Continuum here on the farm. Like seriously, what day is it? It seems like only yesterday I was 8 months pregnant and reminiscing to the slow pace our lives once were in 2015….

Winter and Wild Horses

Autumn is in full swing and slowly fading to winter. We have lucked out in the weather department as October has been relatively warm and nice, though we’re losing daylight which makes the work/farm/life balance more difficult. It’s hard to get home at 5:30pm…

Homesteading Goals: 2015

After writing the summary post of our first year on the farm I am amazed at how much we accomplished… and also a little overwhelmed because I mean, how in the heck do we top that?! But with the New Year brings a refreshed…

The Wilderness Way

After December hits it’s time to start making the 3 hour drive across the river to start feeding the wild horses. We load up 6-8 round hay bales (1200 lbs each) on the trailer and hope for decent weather and good road conditions. Living…

The Wild Ones – Update August 6, 2014

This weekend brought the mess and chaos that canning brings to my house annually. It was hot, it was sticky and most importantly, it was magic. More on that whole scene later,  the real reason to bring it up is because while I was…