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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Exclusively Equine.com: Horses of the Storm

ExclusivelyEquine.com: Horses of the Storm

Horses of the Storm Horses of the Storm is an inspiring and gripping first-hand account of how the Louisiana State University's Equine Rescue Team saved hundreds of horses and other animals in southern Louisiana from the devastation following Hurricane Katrina.

Includes Emergency Preparedness Guide

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of every book benefits the LSU Equine Health Studies Program.

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Horses All - Article

Horses All - Article

"N.A.G. Bags an Acronym for Natural Alternative Grazers - – is Canada’s newest innovation in feeding systems for animals who are natural grazers".


Interesting Read for Horse Owners

Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Hot Horse News

Here is a great Link for all your Horse news. Check it out.

Hot Horse News

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Growing Garlic - Hobby Farms

My family has always grown what we call "Elephant Garlic" My mom and my Uncle Frank perfected the art. If you are interested in growning herbs and alike check out this article From Hobby Farms

Growing Garlic - Hobby Farms

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Plan to Recycle 6000 tpd of Waste Sent to Dallas Landfill - Waste Mangagement World

For years I have been preaching a nation wide plan to recycle garbage. Our modern lifestyle is a "throw away" lifestyle and landfills are full of items that need recycling.

Plan to Recycle 6000 tpd of Waste Sent to Dallas Landfill - Waste Mangagement World

Friday, September 9, 2011

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Cow Pie Bingo

Cow Pie Bingo

Who said their's nothing to do out in the sticks?  Just gotta love the ingenuity of boredom and sillyness.

Saturday, August 27, 2011

The Majesty of Manitoba Preserved | OnEarth Magazine

Heres a very interesting article about another area on our planet where preservation is the absolute solution. It never amazes me how logic and common sense always get thrown to the wayside for industry and development.

The Majesty of Manitoba Preserved OnEarth Magazine


Thursday, July 28, 2011

Margarita Pie

Margarita Pie

Sounds very good... Just make sure the cook gets more of the Tequila in the Pie that in the belly!

Friday, July 15, 2011

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

24th Annual Native American Art Festival July 16 & 17 2001

24th Annual Native American Art Festival July 16 & 17, 2011. More than 50 of the Southwest’s finest American Indian artists will display and sell their handmade jewelry, paintings, rugs and other authentic Indian artwork at the Blue Ridge High School, 1300 West White Mountain Blvd. This is a juried event (only handmade/handcrafted items allowed). The original artist must be present. Hours are Saturday (9:00 AM to 5:00 PM) and Sunday (10:00AM to 3:00 PM).




24th Annual Native American Art Festival July 16 & 17 2011

Sunday, July 3, 2011

The barren Sonoran Desert give up its abundance

Don't look at the brown dry desert and think who can live here? Look at the miracles that lie within the most simple plants living and thriving in this dry environment. http://youtu.be/CeJ6cvpa45Y

Monday, June 13, 2011

Mount Baldy Photo Wallow Fire Approaching this area as of June 13

Just found this photo which shows just how thick the forest is in this pristine area of Arizona. Crews are trying to hold their containment lines to keep Wallow Fire from heading into this area.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/alanenglish/945668390/

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Gambel’s Quail on parade - Wry Heat

One of Arizona's most beautiful Birds. When weather conditions are good and these quail have access to water, they can give birth to 8, 10, 12 babies. Then you see the families running around with these babies running behind them. Too Cute.

Gambel’s Quail on parade - Wry Heat

Wallow Fire may be preview of things to come, experts say

Wallow Fire may be preview of things to come, experts say

One of the best articles about these Super Fires in the state of Arizona. What we lost will never be regained. If anyone has traveled through this area of Arizona, then you have seen the deep old forest growth that was lost.

Monday, June 6, 2011

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The Morning Line Up!



When I opened the Door this Morning this was my view.... I like to call it "The Morning Line Up!" Standing tall is Sydney Marie, lying down is Elizabeth (Mrs. Kiss), Star and then Max. What a wonderful view out my back door.

Friday, May 6, 2011

NBHA AZ 06 “1st Annual Sonny Ely Memorial Day Barrel Race”

NBHA AZ 06

"1st Annual Sonny Ely Memorial Day Barrel Race"

Flying E Arena

**Huge Silent Auction & Benefit Dinner ""

Co-Sanctioned with AZ02/AZ03/WPRA/AW4D

3 day Open 4D Barrel Race

May 28th, 2011 Books Open at 4pm Race at 6pm

May 29th 2011 Books Open at 4pm Race at 6pm

May 30th 2011 Books Open at 8am Race at 10am

Youth and Senior 4D: $20 (carry your time over from the Open 4D if you like)

Pee Wee Barrels $10.00

Open 4D Entry Fee $40.00

Arena fee Per Rider $15.00

Non-Member Fee $10.00

time only's $5.00 each

Come Try our Arena - we have GREAT GROUND

easy access from Hwy 191, stalls, and a lot of parking!

We rake after every 5 runs.

contact Michele @928-322-3727 or Jennifer @ 928-322-4020

south Hwy. 191, Safford, Arizona


From: I-10 take Hwy. 191 North to Safford and turn right on Old

Country Club Road (behind BRICKS Restaurant)

You can see the arena from the highway, it's on the right. From Hwy.

70 in Safford take Hwy. 191 South past

Fairgrounds to Old Country Club Road ( also south Fairgrounds

entrance), turn left and arena is on the right