Potential, Persistence, and Patience: Taking on Projects

Great things happen when we recognize our littlest achievements and use them as inspiration to keep improving day by day…

barnI will soon be training out of Hill School Barn, 7 stalls with an indoor that will allow me to work year-round. She needs a little TLC, but I’ve never been one to turn away a project…

 

 

 

barn2This small facility is nestled in the North Platte River Valley of Western Nebraska, between the Sandhills and the Wildcat Hills. It features a small indoor, 7 stalls with runs, and 2 interior stalls. You can see its namesake, old Hill School Number 44, right across the road, against the backdrop of a beautiful panorama of the valley. The owners say that the motto of their old business, Hill School Paints, was “Horses with an education.”

 

 

 

Like many project horses, I see the potential; now all we need is a lot of persistence and a little patience. Great things happen when we recognize our littlest achievements and use them as inspiration to keep improving day by day…

 

Keep riding the spiral path,

Andrea

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