With our spring-like weather pattern, my thoughts wandered to the return of the horses to an empty winter pasture of Cataloochee Ranch.
Our neighbor’s horses winter near Charleston, SC, and return each spring around the first of April. Normally, February is a time of snow, cold, and winter, but we are seeing weather that is much more like April. I was wandering around our field examining signs of spring when I instinctively looked at the pasture beside us to see the horses. Of course, they aren’t in the fields yet, but in just a few short weeks, a couple dozen horses will be grazing within our view.
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