Written for the equestrian who is just discovering the sport of endurance, and the more experienced endurance riders alike, learn how to how to easily and intuitively back a trailer, take control of your conditioning and training, recognize and fix a “bonk”, and read the never before told story of Dr. Mel’s first endurance ride.
Sorry abut the wording and grammar mistakes in the latter half of the comic. I was so tired this morning and it crashed half way through and I lost half of my work and was very frusterated so didn’t proof it as well as I should have.
Great post. You are incredibly strong as ever to soldier on amongst so much. Can’t wait to be out on the trail laughing together again soon!
That’s our gal, Mel. Keep on keeping on….unless you want to lay down in the dirt for a while? That’s good too.
Love from everybody at Haikufarm
Wonderful post, lady. I love the newspaper flair with the comic pizzazz.
Your distractedness with flowers/yoga cracked me up a lot – as did the stick bopping and poking of squirrels and people alike!
I hope your routine comes back to you in coming days and weeks. It seems that perhaps Merrilegs color should be red? More red flair in every day life seems appropriate. 🙂
What a lovely update. I really liked the b&w vs. color comics.