Sandor has been working with Beau T with short riding sessions of walking, trotting and cantering. He's a golden steed, now that he's lost his winter coat. Today he spooked seeing the giant spinning cardinal (from last post), so we hid it away in the greenhouse.
Sandor is letting him run, but also working with him to slow down on command without a lot of pressure on the bit. We are going to get a bitless bridle when we can -- this is the way to go.
Doing some companion planting this year going by tips from the Sow True catalogue.. this is kale with radish in the middle.
We started potatoes late, because of flooding, but they're looking better than last years crop. Because of the biblical amount of rain, we raised these beds higher. And to keep them from rotting, Sandor made a basket of hay under each seed potato, for a layer between it and the wet bed.
All images (c) Molly & Sandor
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