Been riding Solo mainly of late~
So this day was the second of 3 days in a row...very calm rides *mostly.
Love the ear of question...what next KK?
As with so many others around the country right now...the weather is mostly grey and damp and a bit too cold still. We have snow in the mountains and the skiing oportunities are going into a normally dry season.
About once a week, the sky will spit out a sunny day in the 70's ...and it hits us like a heat wave! This was NOT that day....
The raven watched us as we passed nearby...he did not speak to us, but kept silent upon looking at the horse and rider.
Oops...where did my mare go??!! I was looking at the raven and then lost my mount!
The trees, flowers and grasses have decided to leave the sun behind and go for it. I must remember to take my pruning saddle packet along for the rides...brambles and branches have been encroaching the paths and trails!
Riding in the "snack friendly" bitless, the mare and I take a break in the quiet, still airs of this day~
The path winds around, invitingly so. The mare looks on, as if we may see something of interest- she hears some interesting sounds of fishermen, in a nearby pond location.
Just a quick jaunt, these last 3 rides...about 5 miles each ride. My British (phone application) "Cardio Trainer" riding partner has tallied up our millage for April- we rode near 55 miles! "HOORAH!" That is what he would say, cheerily so.
We came on back to share a bite with Maddy mare. She always greets us as we come in from a ride.
HAPPIEST OF MOTHERS DAYS TO ALL!~~!
And to those of us that are not mothers of children-
Happy mothering of those children and Lovely animals in your lives!