Sunday, May 31 –
Nathan, Stockton and Carolina went riding this afternoon. It had been a while since they had all gotten to go together. Nathan said his horse especially needed a lot of “schooling”.
These pictures were taken when they returned.
If you sneak into Carolina’s room, this is what you might see:
She’s started writing her own paper called “The Northfield News”.
It’s all typed up on a vintage typewriter. We’ve had a lot of fun reading it. If you’d like to subscribe (.25 per copy), get in touch with Carolina at firstname.lastname@example.org
She did manage to come up with some edible muffins that were quite good. She called them, “Goofy Calabration Muffins 94,000″ or G.C.M. 94. Here’s the recipe:
Friday, October 17 –
We thought we would be able to build up our two older horses, Moxley and Radar and let Carolina and Stockton ride them until some of the younger ones were steady enough for young riders. However, they’re just not in good enough shape to be ridden very often. We’ve turned them out on wheat for a while. Meanwhile, the kids needed good broke horses to ride. So, we went to see Bill Tinney.
Saturday, October 11 –