I am very thankful that I am still able to keep him close (2 miles from my house) and the facility was built for horses so I don't have to worry about barbed wire!
This is the 3rd stall that we are using for hay and feed storage. Doyle found someone baling hay and he got it fresh out of the field. It smells so wonderful!
This view is looking from the road while Clyde is peacefully grazing. I am standing at the corner of the property where I drive to the barn. You can see the barn and my trailer in the left of this picture through the fence.
This view is looking from where the trailer is parked toward the road. I loved the setting sun and Clyde grazing contentedly.
I am very happy with this set up. I am only a little sad for Clyde that he has no pasture buddies...not even across the fence. Every time I go out he comes up...course some of that is because I've started feeding him again twice a day. Not much but enough to establish a routine and giving him a carrot! He loves carrots and so do I! I am thinking about getting another horse...not just because he's the only one but because he is an old horse and it would be nice if someone could ride with me which will be Kennedy at some point and probably her Dad will ride with me some. I'm not in a hurry but I am looking a little. I'll know it when the time is right.
Have a good one!