Good Day to Clean the House
I swept up the barn isle and covered the worst of my path to the barn with the dusty mixture.
I used some loose hay to create a path to the water tank, while Luke and Murphy watched me.
Murphy had to get a closer look. You can see he’s still wearing some loose shavings and has a hay mustache going.
When I got back inside, the first thing I had to do was Netti pot my nose to get the dust out.
I keep hearing a lot of loud noises outside. I’m hoping it’s icicles falling off and not tree branches.
And when the temps drop, I’m thinking the riding ring is going to be a skating rink.
I’m hoping to leave the horses out as long as possible but if the rain soaks them, I’ll have to bring them inside. They have shelter, but they aren’t using it, even though the rain is making them itchy. Luke laid down three times to roll.
The photo of Murphy rolling was mainly showing a lot of private parts so I’ll spare you.
Oh baby, it looks slick. Be very careful my friend!
Have a fun time cleaning!!! :o)
Maery Rose….I sure hope we don’t get your weather! That ice looks so dangerous. I do the same thing, creating paths and it seems to work well. Have a great weekend.
I am with you on the ice. I hate that stuff! We have also been spreading lots of sand around. Your riding ring does look slick. Be careful and stay safe.
I love watching horses roll around…they seem to love it so much.
That ice formation on your house is a work of art!
What is with this ice??!!!!!!
Wishing no slips of falls for you or teh boys.
Loved the last post too– I’ve always LOVED music and jamming out. You look and sounds great! Rock on!
(and thanks for the link) 🙂
Be careful out there..it is icy here..and is showing no sign of letting up either:(