FB Hart Tournament

  If you are having trouble reading the panels, clicking on the picture should load a full size image of each page. Here’s a little more information about the FB Hart tournament from a press release that I wrote and submitted to our local newspaper. Because the event has passed, I’ve taken out some of […] more

Happy Fluffy Things

I named this post “Happy Fluffy Things”, sat down to write it, and realized after banging out 900 words that perhaps it wasn’t quite as fluffy as I had thought. But, I’m letting the title ride. (heh heh heh. “ride”) Looks like I get a second chance at *something again. You know Farley? That brown horse […] more

Panic is not a Plan

There’s this drill (and all variations of it) that I *bleeping* hate that apparently has some value in teaching me to play polo because it’s a favorite of one of the student instructors, who we are going to call “Boss.” Tag on horse back. Sometimes there’s ribbon in the mane of the other person that […] more

The Vetmed Dictionary

There are words that you think you know the definition for, and then you work in vetmed for a hot second and you realize that actually, when you finally get around to writing that book about veterinary medicine, you are going to have to use a metric ton of asterisks and footnotes so everyone is […] more

Not a gift guide 2022

This is the latest I’ve ever done of these definitely-not-a-gift-guide. But that’s okay, because since this is definitely not a gift guide, it doesn’t matter that it comes before, during, after, or no where near the holidays. For those of you that may be new to these posts, a few reminders. As always, this isn’t a […] more

The Human Lawn Dart

In January I had the worst fall I’ve ever had in over 20 years of riding. The kind of fall we all know is just one back luck ride away, but we all cross our fingers won’t happen at all. It’s taken me a while to figure out how and what I wanted to write […] more

A walk in the woods

Today after work I drove to a local trailhead instead of heading home and walked for 30 minutes in the woods. Letting perfection be the enemy of good is a huge problem for me. I all for “every little step counts” until I’m “advanced enough” that something is no longer worth doing unless it meats […] more

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