The horses were loaded quickly and we were home by 9:20 am. Mom had breakfast ready but when we didn't arrive at the planned 9:00 am she fed it to Joan's kids, Berlica, Faith and Mackenson. Thankfully she cooked us a second breakfast. Food always tastes better when someone else cooks it. Breakfast was delicious.
The horses were turned out for the morning then I took a quick trip to Sam's Club for laundry detergent and some supplies for the Berean office.
When I got back to the farm the foals were brought inside to work on halter training.
Mark and I went inside just in time to meet our next visitors. Gertie and Dennis stopped in for a nice visit about the same time Jamie arrived to see the foals.
Rhoda sent an update on Rosalie's training along with a few pictures. She writes: She remembered the bow today, no problems. Still didn't get on yet though, we mainly worked on the bag over her head until she was relaxed. Over all she did wonderful.
As she was training Rosalie a pair of swans flew in and landed on the pasture pond.
Mark helped move in a couple round bales. Zalena and Eliza's paddock got a new one and Lily, Ayanna and Star's paddock got the other. Mark moved the last of that row of bales over to the other side of the barn so he could get to the back electrical box more easily. He counted the remaining bales, we have 33 left here and probably around 20 left at Middle Grove. Hopefully the weather will warm up and the grass will start growing SOON!