PG&E begins work tomorrow taking down the eucalyptus grove on my property. It has been 10 years of these magnificent trees creating a microclimate when the Sept and Oct. sun bears down and providing natural flea and tick repellent for our pals. They will be greatly missed.
We dismantled our round pen and the entire top pasture fenceline to create temporary paddocks in our neighbors pasture. Thanks go out to our new volunteers Rick and Amy, lovely Denna and awesome Reina and my son Robert for their labor and unbelievable help! My neighbor Nancy is SO GENEROUS letting us set up camp in her pasture.
We moved 3 of our mares and it was , well.... interesting. One mare Abby halters, and the other two rescues are untouchable..They took one look at the 60 acres and I could almost hear them scream...YeeHaw!!!! Run baby run...They were gorgeous galloping across the afternoon shadows.
Hay is enticing and soon enough they returned for dinner :) We hope the work will go quickly and all will return to normal very soon. Fingers Crossed !!
Author - Lynn Hummer
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