i apologize for the slump, 2016 saw a big move for me, bringing my horses home and getting property. That keeps me busy, and with getting property I ended up with a second horse and a miniature donkey.
2016 and part of 2017 also saw a big slump with the models. I don't have shelving like I did in the old house, so everyone has been packed in boxes. I put it down for a while and focused on other things. However, the old fire has returned and I'm working hard to keep it going, as this is a great community to be a part of. Many people I've met in this hobby are wonderful, and a type all their own.
I' going to do my best to update this blog a couple times a week, however how much hobby related stuff it will be I don't know. I'm back to making some tack(shocker), and will try to keep at least one project going at a time, just to keep my hands busy.
Back to that horse and donkey, meet Latte. He's a 16 year old paint thoroughbred cross. Since the moment I brought him home him and Annie have been glued at the hip. He only has one eye, and I'm not sure if Annie knows this but whenever she feels like messing with him she always does it on his blind side. His personality is way different than Annie's, where Annie is laid back, Latte is a bit more anxious about what goes on. Because of this I've been exploring new training methods for the horses, which has helped immensely.