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06 May Posted by in Farm | 9 comments

Simple Pleasures

Simple Pleasures

While I share pretty much everything on this blog, there are also plenty of things in my life’s adventures that don’t make it into a blog post. Not because I don’t want to share, and not because they aren’t “share-worthy”, but because there just aren’t enough hours in the day to share every image mom […]

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29 Apr Posted by in Farm | 4 comments

Water on the Beach

Water on the Beach

A few weeks ago this interesting looking pool* showed up in my beach ponies’ arena. *affiliate link I thought, well isn’t this nice, how did they know that no beach is complete without some “ocean”. Just as I was about to take a dip I had a thought… …what if the real fun was UNDER the […]

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27 Apr Posted by in Farm | 16 comments

Ice Queens

Ice Queens

It’s come to my attention that I never really properly introduced some of my new friends on the farm. (those two frosty gals behind me). Now if my friends Etna & Aldis look a bit chilly, not to worry….they actually LOVE the cold because they hail from Iceland! That’s right, these Icelandic Horses are a unique […]

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22 Apr Posted by in Dachshund Life Struggle, Farm | 11 comments

Following Instinct

Following Instinct

Some dogs are born with it, some dogs aren’t. And I can’t help that I was cursed blessed with this amazing nose that can lead me to a groundhog hole deep in the woods, through thickets and brush, where no one else knows it exists. My poor pal Trooper doesn’t have this gift, sometimes I’m […]

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08 Apr Posted by in Farm, Sponsors | 11 comments

The Night’s Watch

The Night’s Watch

Being a farm dog means your guard dog duties never end. Even as darkness begins to fall Trooper always takes his watch dog post with pride. Although the job is always a little more bearable with friends, so I’m always ready to join him for the Night’s Watch. “Night gathers, and now my watch begins. It […]

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23 Mar Posted by in Adventure, Farm | 8 comments

First Spring Adventures

First Spring Adventures

Over the weekend Spring arrived. Although it didn’t really feel like it (hence my bundled up self on the farm in the picture above). While my first Spring adventures didn’t involve weekend hiking trips, camping, or travels, I still got to spend time with my family – which is really all the adventure I need! […]

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16 Mar Posted by in Farm | 10 comments

5 Signs of Spring

5 Signs of Spring

Today I wanted to let you know that you don’t have to worry anymore, Spring is just around the corner. Before you know it you’ll be laying in your backyard rolling in the green grass with your tank top on! Don’t believe me? Here’s my tell tale signs that Spring is coming… Ammo’s 5 Signs of […]

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04 Mar Posted by in Farm, Product Review | 9 comments

I Wonder Where You Came From

I Wonder Where You Came From

Disclaimer: This post is brought to you by The Honest Kitchen. All opinions are my own and I only share products that I think you and your pets will love. Every now and then a new box of treats shows up at my door, and when it’s from my friends at The Honest Kitchen, you […]

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26 Feb Posted by in Farm | 11 comments

Farm Lookouts

Farm Lookouts

As barn dogs, there is always a lot of tasks for Trooper and I to do. And to be honest, this farm just wouldn’t run properly without us. Trooper is always on my case to help him be a lookout. “Lookout for low flying birds” “Lookout for cars pulling down the farm driveway” “Lookout for […]

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29 Jan Posted by in Farm | 9 comments

Winter Storm Jonas on the Farm

Winter Storm Jonas on the Farm

My fun day in the snow after winter storm Jonas last weekend didn’t end after I helped my dad dig us out, because my ponies on the farm needed to be cared for too! So Trooper and I bundled up and got ready to help with all the farm chores! Once all my ponies were […]

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