I go to school full time through the fall, winter and this year... spring.
I have a blog of my own, and was also part of a project to work on another blog for school.
That, as you can probably imagine, somehow left this lovely little blog on the back burner.
And I apologize for that.
Now, moving on.
As I contemplated what I could post on a post dedicated to the "Veater Ranch", I first thought..
there are only so many pictures of mountains that people want to see.
but then I thought... the ranch is my life.
It's where I live. It's where all of the people I love are. It's my home.
So most of my stories are ranch stories, and can classify as ranch-blogging material.
[of course, I will also update you all on the progress being made in ways of brushing and other-such activities]
A few weeks ago I had opportunity to watch somebody experience the ranch for the first time.
It was a good refresher for me on some things I take for granted.
The sunsets are incredible, as are the stars.
The green of spring, the wildflowers, and the wildlife.
The breeze in the evenings and the glassy reflection of the ponds.
The immediate availability of off-roading adventures,
and dogs that need not be confined to a yard and who obey cattle-gathering orders.
The sunrises and sunsets over the tops of the mountains.
I could go on all day.
We caught the last few weeks of spring and everything [as you can tell] was absolutely beautiful.
Although it is now summer and no longer green, the ranch remains really something to behold.
We've been doing a lot up here this summer: client dinners, graduation parties, photoshoots.
I'll keep on track and tell you about those sooner than later :)
Happy summer, reader.
Taylor, [the blogging middle daughter]