August 30, 2013

Update on the horses!

Well, I have made a decision that was not easy to make. Mac is staying with me and MiaKoda will be sold. Koda is a great horse, very well trained, and full of spirit, athleticism, and curiosity. He is a great all-around kind of horse.
Unfortunately with what the near future holds I will not and do not have the time for 2 horses. Yes, this makes me sad. He was born here only 5 years ago, but I know this is best for him.

Ok boys n girls - Here he is! The horse you've been waiting for!!! MiaKoda is for sale! 5 year old all-around ranch horse! - I've team-penned him, turned back cattle for cutters with him, trail road him (roads and at parks). He would be great at cattle work, speed events or meandering down the trail. I also think, with his seemingly never-ending endurance he may make a nice competitive trail horse. He's great for the farrier and goes right into the trailer. He is the first one at the gate to come out and play with you. This boy was born on my property on July 11, 2008. He was trained by a professional cutting horse trainer (4 months last year and 1 month this year). 14.3hh; 5 years old; try-colored paint (Can be registered Pinto).Current Cogging and UTD on all shots (including rabies) Please PM me if you have any questions. I do have more pictures (since birth) and I have plenty of Video of him working as well. We are relocating across country and I would like to find a good, safe home for Koda; he is a special little guy!2500 OBO

Up to Speed. . .

I apologize for not updating more often. We have been quite busy with the farm and work, etc. . .


Our farm is still up for sale - we are hoping to be sold before the snow hits the ground for numerous reasons - one being I have yet to acquire hay for the horses!  I am looking for hay just in case. So if anyone has some cheep grassy hay please let me know.


The kids are doing great. Jon will be returning from his internship and returning to classes in about a week. Michael is still at the Air force Base working his behind off. And Kaila may be starting college down there in Alabama this fall. So, all-in-all, the family is healthy and thriving.

Job Hunts:

Philip and I are doing great, we are taking this transition one day at a time. . . kinda. . . (lol).

Still no word on where we are relocating to, but god willing we will know soon enough.

The path of job hunting and interviewing have been taxing on both of us because they are spread throughout the US.

We are hanging on for the ride!

We will keep posting on this journey.

August 12, 2013

We are Relocating!!!!

Yes, we are selling the farm! Our open house is next sunday.

Virtual tour of the property: