Around noon it had warmed up enough to bathe Indy's filly and give her a haltering lesson. She also got a tying lesson while she was cleaned up. Indy and her filly were left in the stall to dry off for a bit. I snapped the picture below of Sangria who is not due until April 20th and usually goes a week to 10 days late.
By the time Indy's filly was dry Faith showed up just in time to help with pictures. We always want to get that cute factor in when getting pictures of the foals so I was thrilled to see her.
Jurista had to show us what she thought of the work out in the picture below.
Sarah's fiancee Nolan arrived to go riding out on the trails. Emily and Faith rode Killian, while Sarah rode Jenis and Nolan rode Eliza. Of course they have to pose for a picture before heading out on the 'death trails' just in case they don't make it back.
The evening was just about perfect. Mark finished the grading of the roads and started working on the house siding stopping when it became too dark to see. Prissy was stalled again tonight. Her udder hasn't changed but we have an 80 % chance of thunderstorms starting around midnight then continuing through tomorrow.