Turned the rescue foals out with some of the horses yesterday. The saddle horses accepted them, the other mares not so much. Bolts winnie (frame 38) in the first video tells the story. The 2nd video shows the mares being a bit more challenging around the feeder and the grey dapple filly even takes a swing (frame 35)at Cabbie, but the little ones did well. All in establishing the herd pecking order and the foals love their new friends.
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Stay down brother - or you'll go or a flight. Some steps were scary for sure. I hate wind and down climbing. Bluebird day number 3, February 20.
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Uwielbiam czytać! Tęsknię za czasem, gdy mogłam rozsiąść się na kanapie i do późna pochłaniać kolejne stronice. Odkąd w życiu zagościły własne dzieci, skończył się czas wolny dla mnie. Teraz czytam, gdzieś między pomiędzy. W tak zwanym międzyczasie. W drodze, na toalecie, myjąc zęby lub gotując obiad. Oprócz czasu i miejsca, zmienił się również sposób w jaki dobieram literaturę. Sięgam po pozycje, które wspierają mój rozwój zawodowo-matczyny. Mam to szczęście, że te dwie dziedziny życia idą w parze. Chociaż coś! @eduhibou .
This was an epic moment walking on the Athabasca glacier in the Columbia Icefield💧🏔 It’s crazy to see how much of this glacier that has melted in just my lifetime! This glacier currently loses depth at a rate of 5 metres per year.. How can you not believe in climate change when you see things like this?
“Moraine Lake is my happy place: Every time I look this view, I always realize that paradise truly lies on Earth.” 💙
Photo & caption by @cbezerraphotos
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Imagine looking out your balcony window and seeing these incredible mountains everyday. That would be a tough one to take for granted. Having mountains this accessible may have to be be a new living requirement for myself...
11 41314 January, 2020
We had overcast skies pretty much the entire time we were in British Columbia (as expected truthfully). However, there was this one fleeting moment where the clouds parted and the light hit just right. I snapped the photo, then put the camera away. And I’m so glad I did, because as quickly it came, it was gone.