November 15, 2015
“The leaves fall, the wind blows, and the farm country slowly changes from the summer cottons into its winter wools.” ~Henry Beston
We had a good summer at Morning Bray Farm.
The herd loves their new farrier. Pedicures long ago stopped being an inconvenience for Ellsworth:
Grace did extremely well with her first pedicures this summer:
We had the occasional peeping Moo:
We enjoyed many beautiful early mornings:
…and the summer storms fondly remembered from my youth:
I had the gardens I’ve always dreamed of:
“It is a delightful pastime to sit in the pleasant sunshine of autumn, and gazing from this little spot of free earth over such a landscape, let the imagination luxuriate amid the thrilling associations of the scene!” ~H.T. Tuckerman, San Marino
We hope all is well in your world. ♥
December 22, 2013
We’re here and everyone is safe and sound.
Gracie coliced last week, but appears to be doing well now. We found a local equine vet who is coming out to meet the herd on Friday, and will visit who we hope will be our new hay supplier tomorrow.
Harriet has been the only one to bray since we arrived. I think everyone is still adjusting, but the herd seems to settle in a little more each day. I caught Nigel and Patrick playing “traffic cone” yesterday morning, which brought a smile to my face.
November 6, 2013
I suppose it’s finally time to spill the beans. In just a few short weeks, Don and I, the dogs, the donkeys and Meggie Moo are moving to Virginia.
It certainly wasn’t an easy decision. New Mexico is the Land of Enchantment! There is so much we will miss about this ruggedly beautiful state and the original Morning Bray Farm. We’ll have a heckuva lot of people to miss, too.
We’re moving east to be closer to our parents, other family and old friends. We’ve chosen the Charlottesville area as where we’d like to establish the next Morning Bray Farm.
In the interim while we get the lay of the land, we’ve found the perfect farm to rent in Lexington, Virginia.
The dogs will have a picket-fenced yard and the donkeys will have almost eight acres of gently rolling pasture with a brand new barn. As she does here, Meggie Moo will run the place.
We’re both excited and terrified, and we’re looking forward to our next adventure in the Old Dominion State.