We're now back in Texas, tonight I will be back in my own bed. I think if I don't completely collapse on the bed, I may do some customizing. Or organize my shelves. I need to figure out where I can stuff the new models I got. My shelves were filled to the brim before Breyerfest, now I have spill over. For now, here's a picture of the Texas I'm used to:
First off, I apologize for not posting any Breyerfest pictures yet, I've been in North Carolina on vacation. The cabin we stayed at had no cell service, so all the phone was good for was a paperweight. Same goes for wifi, so the computer was just this thing that got dragged back and forth to the cabin and the truck. I'll get some photos up soon, possibly late tonight at the hotel. No later than Friday, I promise.
Anyways, we're in Georgia at the moment, on our way back to Texas. We've travelled through about eight states now on this trip alone.
Here's a teaser of some of the 250+ photos I took at the Horse Park, Breyerfest or otherwise. It's a Mini Whinny scale set up of a jousting tournament that was in the International Museum of the Horse.
Kaitlin Perez! Congrats Kaitlin! Please email me at email@example.com to claim your halter.
Thank you to all who entered, I really enjoyed reading the kind comments. I will do another giveaway at some point, maybe around Christmas. It may be set up the same way as this one, it may be different. It depends upon how I feel!
I'll post some pictures I took at the Open Show Friday, along with some photos I took at the KHP museums. I took about 250 at the museums, so if anyone needs reference pictures, I may have it!
After shopping at the Clarion, I managed to come back with a few new faces! I was good this time around, tomorrow I'll be buying the models I have on hold, along with anything else that catches my interest.
The Fjord will not be staying, I'll be taking him to the Youth show to give to a girl. I'll be using the barrels in a Draft horse barrel racing setup, we'll see how that goes! I'll also be doing a Palio Di Siena setup, since I have a racing bridle but no saddle. Lots of photos to come tomorrow! I may end up breaking it into segments, it depends upon how many pictures I take.
Here's some pictures of Kentucky! We haven't reached the amazing horse farms yet, if its still light when we pass by I'll get a picture.
Here's a picture of some of Kentucky's hills. I knew Kentycky had hills from last year, but I didn't realize they had hills like this!
We made it into Alabama! There's almost no humidity that I noticed when we stopped. That's a major change from Texas, which is humidity, humidity, and more humidity.
One thing that is a novelty for me is hills. Apparently Alamabama has hills.
After stopping in Meridian, Mississippi last night, we're making the last leg of the trip up to Kentucky! 561 miles and lots if country music and lots if snacks, I'm good to go! It's about a nine hour drive, we're hoping to roll in in time for room sales.
On the road again!
I've been in the model horse hobby actively for about four years. My main interests are customizing, tackmaking, and showing, although I do like to venture into the different aspects of the hobby also. Aside from model horses I ride real horses, and also dabble in leather crafting. Hope you enjoy my blog!
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