In October, it was too hot to ride. 90? 100? No thank you.
In November, it was cold and wet and muddy.
|Cold. Also, dark. Criteria for cooler: pony is visibly steaming after saddle is removed.|
|Muddy. (Hint: not Confetti.)|
|A relatively dry stretch of trail, complete with puddles and mud.|
We managed a few bright and warm days over Thanksgiving – for which I am very grateful! I took the opportunity to let her get a good run in:
|Pony goes ZOOM!|
|Social pony says she is done running, thank you.|
And then, to wash and re-braid her mane, as it was looking rather sad lately:
Today, however, we’re starting off a week of badly needed rain. No real riding in the forecast – it will need at least a few days once the rain stops for anything to be good for a workout, and probably 24-48 hours for a moseying ride.