The boys at home are doing just fine. The nicest thing about having heat in the barn, is that they aren't as aware of these crazy temperature fluctuations we've been having. Sunday was close to fifty degrees, but the high tomorrow is 7. Fortunately for the boys in the barn, they won't really know it's colder than 45. Maybe 43 if the heat struggles to keep up. Not bad though. Obviously they know when they go outside, but short exposures don't seem to cause the concerns for colic like constant exposure does.
|I'z not cold mom.|
I'm thinking about all of you in the midwest. The extreme cold is INSANE, and I'm really hoping you're all doing ok with your horses out there.
Oddly enough, Jamp and Rio think it's full on spring and they're shedding like crazy! I probably won't groom them much tonight or tomorrow so they can hang on to as much hair as possible for the cold snap.
|That's a lot of hair.|
I don't have anything else exciting in the works unfortunately. Can't say I'm super sad about not really riding when it's going to be so cold. But I REALLY hope to get back in the saddle for real sometime soon. Riding tonight to video though, so that's something! Take whatever I can get!
How was your week/weekend? Do anything fun and exciting? How are you and your horses keeping warm during this arctic blast?