Tag Archives: adventures
By Patty Wilber The New Mexico Buckskin Horse Association banquet for 2022 was last weekend and Heidi and Penny won Youth Buckskin Rookie of the Year and High Point Buckskin Youth, taking home $400 and a buckle. She also won … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber A couple months ago, the Shuert’s and us decided to head to Arizona for five days of mid-winter warmth. Of course, it turned out we had two good days, one cold rainy touristy day where we drove … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Last year has packed up and is heading away, The next won’t be cold-backed, we fervently pray. Here’s a review of a few adventures we had Many were lovely and some were quite sad.
By Patty Wilber This was the last week of school before winter break, so I did spend a fair amount of time on that! I also saddled Gette for the first time. I over estimated her zeal for being a … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Nasty Chemo Treatment 3 was Nov 3rd and by Nov. 5th I was feeling pretty puny. And whiny. Just ask Jim. I left the blog to the 10th and was too tired by evening to get it … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber I enjoy having jam packed days most of the time, but I am finding it is not workable for me to go full tilt while on Chemo. (Duh, right? But I had to try!).
By Patty Wilber I was not going to have Gette shipped from Thunderstruck Ranch in Canada to NM until midsummer 2023, but Christy wanted to get her colt, Gino, down here sooner, so we ended up getting them in Dec. … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber I did a bad job of picture taking this week and last, but I did get a snap of the creek that ran across the property on the two inch rain day last week!
By Patty Wilber Last Friday, a couple of friends took me and LT out to the Pecos Wilderness. I could only ride at a walk because I had the port for chemo installed last Monday and I was not supposed … 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.