Tuesday, May 5, 2009

Hosting a Sidesaddle Clinic at Our Farm!

As many of you know, I am just starting to learn how to ride aside! I even started a new blog about it. www.ridingaside.blogspot.com It is here that I collect information and document all my own experiences with this new endeavor!Earlier this year, I joined the Texas Sidesaddle Association and was hoping to be able to attend a sidesaddle clinic. They usually have at least one per year. Well the President of the Association not only lost her farm during Hurricane Ike, but after they rebuilt it, her husband was transferred to another Texas city!

I volunteered to host the clinic at our farm! Oh Boy am I motivated now to get the farm looking ship shape! I should do this every spring!!!


Susan said...

I guess I should have a big party and then I'd have to get my house in order. Let us know about all the cool stuff they do at the clinic.
Hugs, Susan

Ginger said...

You are a brave gal, Julie. I would be so intimidated. But you have a nice place, and that is so nice of you to offer to share it.
Have fun and don't work too hard.

bj said...

Don't work too hard on this project..How is Don?

Bee said...
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Bee said...

I was the goof-ball who just deleted a comment because I couldn't string three words together in a coherent sentence.

What I meant to say was this: Thanks for visiting my blog today. I've been following your story for awhile and think of you and your husband often. And thanks to you, I want a baby lamb.

I'm wishing y'all only the best on your journey to wellness.

Michelle said...

Ooh, gotta get caught up! That is awesome about the side saddle clinic. I will definitely have to checkout your other blog! I'm going riding this weekend, woohoo!

donna baker said...

Julie, I have an OLD sidesaddle with a red and gray tapestry on the top. It is in pretty rough condition, but a picture of one exactly like it is in a western book I have. I'll take a picture of it and post it on my blog.

vivian said...

haveing a party or in your case a sidesaddle clinic.. is a great way to get ourselves motivated to clean up our homes or yards.. or farms! (heehee)
hows Don?

pedalpower said...

Wow, how exciting!