A Snail’s Pace

Meet Pete. He lives in MA. He’s got such a pretty condo I thought I show him today. We don’t have snails this pretty in NJ!!!

Teddy Bear

I went to the feed store last night and made a new friend. Meet “Teddy Bear”. He’s a puppy but he’s just about his full size/weight already!! He fits in the palm of my hand.┬áThose ears just crack me up!! … Continue reading

BIG bee!!!

Lately there have been several of these guys hanging around the Farmer’s Market. Not sure what kind of bee this is exactly but I’m sure I don’t feel like getting stung by him. They love the syrup coming out of … Continue reading

Lover Boy

We made a new friend at the Farmer’s Market this weekend. This is John Robert. He’s the youngest son (4 years old) of one of our vendors and we’ve been hearing about him for years and never met him. Saturday … Continue reading

Sleeping BEAUty

I was asked to work a pony party with a friend this weekend, and I was in charge of walking Beau. He’s 34 (VERY OLD) so he kept stopping to take a little nap. Here he is resting his chin … Continue reading

THAT’s one big dog!!

There are always several dogs at the Farmer’s Market and we always get some that have never seen a horse or a pony. Even the biggest dogs turn into wimps when they get close to the pony. Here’s one cute … Continue reading

Vet visit

(Apologies for the quality of today’s picture, but it’s awfully hard to get a picture while both subjects are moving and you are trying to hold a pony as still as possible.) The vet came yesterday as part of his … Continue reading

New Friends…

My nieces and nephews came for a visit last night and wanted to meet all the new horses in the barn since their last visit. Here’s Brooke meeting Delilah. The kids just loved her!!!

My favorite pony!!

Usually when I put Chevy in the trailer to go to the market, he just goes right for his hay. And he’s so tiny you can’t really see him in the trailer unless you look for him. But this time … Continue reading

Only in Hunterdon County!

Every week we try to make it to the local Farmer’s Market to give pony rides and every week everyone waits for the truck with the corn to get there. This week, they had so much produce they couldn’t fit … Continue reading