Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Observations of Late Summer
Often, when I think about putting cohesive thoughts together for this Journal of Ravenseyrie, I am put off because I have some quirky feeling that first I should attend to writing more about the "How it Began" topic, of which we still have a few segments to catch up with. Such entries though (requiring revisiting the dustier regions of my brain and digging around for older photos) tend to be extremely time consuming. I enjoy putting together a cohesive and readable record of how Kevin and I have undertaken the establishing of our Sorraia Mustang Preserve--and I think it is important to document this all before the past becomes even dustier, but right now, really all I want to do is tell you about how marvelous the light over the grasses are in the mornings and how delightful it is to see foals playing in the fields.
A little treat to close this rambling nothing of an entry today...a short video of Interessado trying his best to get a foal game going with Fada. Life is rich, isn't it?