Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Home Again!

After 6 days in Kentucky, we are home again...
and so glad to be here!

We had a blast at the World Equestrian Games, 
attending competitions in  

Cross Country Eventing

Grand Prix Free-style Dressage

and Stadium Jumping.

We had a great time attending equine demonstrations of all kinds...

We had a chance to connect with old friends and new.

While we were gone, Hubbs held down the fort,
taking care of all the critters.
With the exception of one goat escape (5 goats),
the days went by without incident.

This morning I will get back to the usual chores,
and with camera in hand,
will bring you more Tails From the Farm!

So glad to be home!

PS....I love Kentucky!  It is so much like Pennsylvania.

8 comments:

  1. Love the pictures! Especially the last one, it is so elegant ... so regal ...

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  2. wow! how exciting....and majestic too!

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  3. Glad to have you back. My hubby and I enjoyed Kentucky when we were there last June. Everything is so green.

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  4. I used to feel bad for the horses in Cross Country, but a trainer reminded me that horses rarely do what they don't want to---especially run and jump tall things. :)
    I'm glad you had a lovely trip.

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  5. welcome back to dreary Pa..we've been catching up on our rain deficit while you were gone..glad you're back and had a good time..looking forward to more Posts

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  6. Welcome home!! I'm glad you had a great time. Now back to what we all out here in blog land enjoy!! The critters - Missed You!

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  7. I love Ky too. I was born there and lived for 20 years in the blue grass state. We still go back once a year. My brother and family use to compete in endurance ridding. They don't ride anymore, but still have three horses. Enjoyed you blog. Kathy

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  8. Looks like a great event. I know you're glad you went. Kentucky is a beautiful state and they do love their horses there :)
    Amy

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