Mara B and I saw three distinct modes of transportation during our time together today. Always fun to see Tyler pull up on his motorcycle, Mara B enjoys him as much as I do and today we checked out his new Harley. (I asked about his tee shirt, and Tyler explained he rides as a security team member on a Breast Cancer Motorcycle Fundraising Ride!)
Returning from down the road we got to chat with pals Cindy and Jackie on their lovely Icelandic horses.
Mara and I then turned back around and returned towards Sam’s again to avoid the Semi truck that was maneuvering around and parking at the farm we would need to walk past.
It was also garbage pick up day but at least we missed the garbage truck!
This morning Mara B and I thoroughly enjoyed an outing with the Icelandic horses Leo and Kole and their special people Jackie and Pam. Since Jackie commented on how tall Mara is I let her sit on her before our ride! A treat for Mara for sure.
We rode a bit of the sunny road and a bit of the cool shaded back trail.
It’s now summer time hot, so the horses got a cool rinse off in the shower stall when we returned to the barn.
My friend Jackie and I had a splendid morning of relaxing horse time. Mara B and Andri received luxurious brushing, a tandem walk and a little nibble of grass. The second spa day at the barn.
As Dave said “Native American Paint (Mara B) meets the Northern European horses (Icelandics.) We enjoyed the parade of Icelandics out and about at River Brink this afternoon.
Mara and I are delighted to be getting some “Andri” time while his owner is on an extended holiday. I’ll be walking, grooming and checking on him for a few weeks now. We are seeing signs of spring everywhere and Mara even had some clean up time in the shower stall this afternoon.
Mara B and I enjoyed a brisk and friendly walk with our Icelandic horse friends this afternoon. Fun to follow behind their formation of three, riding abreast down the trail. The “Iceies” are charming and affectionate horses.