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By Patty Wilber Here is another blog that is not focused on horses, but it is what is on my mind. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in American women. Thirty percent of new cancer diagnoses in women will … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber We were ready in the safari trucks as the 007 Vet (Dr. Gerhardus Scheepers) stepped into the helicopter with the dart gun loaded with tranquilizer.
By Patty Wilber The monsoon season officially runs from June 15th to Sept. 30th in New Mexico. I was under the mistaken impression that the start was July 4th…
By Patty Wilber It did rain all day at the show last Saturday! It feels like the tropics instead of the desert around here! All the outdoor classes DID have to come indoors, which did lengthen the show considerably. To … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Last Saturday Lucy (the perfect) packed supplies for a trail crew working in the Pecos Wilderness.
By Patty Wilber A few weeks before our planned trip to Canada, we both got mild cases of Covid. I had been testing negative for over a week and Jim tested negative a few days before we left, using an … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Heidi, for the first time, decided to enter Penny in every horse class at the Santa Fe County 4H show! This meant her first time at Showmanship at Halter and her first time going English!
By Patty Wilber This past week I had a mild case of Covid, which mainly consisted of me feeling very tired, sleeping a lot more than usual, and riding fewer horses. But it did give me some time to ponder.
By Patty Wilber First off, I am trying to write, and bugs, especially flies, keep landing on my computer screen and it is driving me nuts. Then, when I try to swat them, I am unsuccessful about 90% of the … Continue reading