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Date(s): October 1, 2008. Album by Dinah Taylor. Photos by Dinah Taylor. 1 - 61 of 61 Total. 6811 Visits.
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Hi, Dinah.  I arrived in this album from the Jewelry Ring.  It looks like lovely country where you live.  Thanks for sharing all the pictures - of everything!  Harry, your jewelry, your studio . . . it's wonderful to see it all and to feel your passion for it all.  Thanks again.  Enjoy your day!  Karen
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Rt. 63 N in Batavia, just before the Oatka Milk Plant, my truck at 30mph and in 4wd, started skidding to the left-there was an 84 Lumber on the left with a chain link fence, a milk truck coming at me, a telephone pole, speed sign, and field to the right.

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I turned in the direction of the skid to the left, it came back and I let it just drift into the field, hoping I didn't hit anyone or a sign or telephone pole.  It took about 3 minutes of sitting there wondering how I was going to get out of the field, as the traffic was quite heavy.  I took it out of high 4WD, and put it in Low 4WD and drove out, then went into the milk plant just ahead on the right and called work and told them I was not going to be coming into work.  LOL.  If it was that bad going to work at noon, then coming home at 5pm was going to be worse.  It took me 1 1/2 hours to get home, 4WD high and 30mph. One truck coming at me on 246 (my road), was crawling along and started to skid into my lane, and I was still having trouble just getting home.

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Dec 15, 2013 been snowing since November 30th.

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12x12 8' long beams from the barn on 4" patio pavers.  These are all trotting poles for Harry to help with rhythm, engagement and tempo.  He walks over them, and trots over them.

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This one is for coming back in after ride.

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Back field-way out there, started getting holes and very hard, so I moved all the beams, one by one with the tractor and a chain and dragged them down closer to the arena.

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Two beams, and one 9" round pole on a 20m circle.  These are all trotting poles for Harry.  These help with rhythm, engagement, and tempo, and the small rectangle in the front will be for a little ditch.  He loves doing this kind of thing.

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Everything is staked with rebar hammered into the ground.  I can stand on them and they don't move.  They are all up off the ground about 4".

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Beam with rounded front.

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Trotting poles, four of them, then a little one 2 strides from that.  This helps with adjustability and transitions.

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These poles are all 12' 4x4's on 4" pavers, until I get bolted 4x4's on them.  The first one is 10'.

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Coming home trotting pole.

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Large Dressage Arena and for show jumping at my old farm in MD.  Little Stone Cottage Farm.

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Stone wall and table between trees

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front field showing bank

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finished ditch with tree limbs

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smaller ditch begun

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between trees fences of riddling racks and curved barrel staves in back field

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small water jump with standards at end to add poles

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Bank Jump and canoe with rails over

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3'3" coop and tires

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bench jump

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Early August Morning before storms

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pasture/field

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Calm before the storm

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Dressage arena on left, standing at short side of large pasture.

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Exercise field for Harry.  Posts and Beams from the old barn I brought out here to make a walk/trot/canter exercise area for Harry to have a break from the arena.  He loves to come out here and play.  These have all been moved to down towards the barn and arena area.

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Everything is pretty small, it's not the height that is important, it's for engagement, rhythm, tempo at all three gaits, and fun.  Most of them are about 18" to 2', and the ditch is about 4' wide.

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Another view.

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the ditch.  He loves this.

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my truck out in the field.  I had to bring out some of the rocks and rebar to stabilize the posts so they wouldn't move

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The log is on a slope, so he has to lengthen or shorten his stride depending on the direction.

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Just a series of extra pieces for him to walk over or trot over.

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Dec. 7, 2008 Sunday.  Wind is 45mph and it's about 3 degrees out.  Facing North to my pasture.

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Facing East.  Can't even see Geneseo-8 miles away.

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Small barn-Harry is inside for the day.  I could barely get the door open.

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Facing South.

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South.  Trailer needs to be packed but not today.  All the poles and trees are permanently bent over because of the wind.

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Facing West showing old barn almost dismantled.  Next year there won't be a wind break from those two buildings, so I'm sure it will be really fun.

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Facing North.

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Here is an extraordinary long load of 19 axles parked by the field at my farm.  These types of loads pass here because this particular stretch of road connecting roads from Canada to Interstate 390 are free from over passes,low hanging wires and congested areas.

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Moving off after checking tires and chains. This load had 2 State Police escorts front and rear, and 3 Escort vehicles in front of those and behind.  This is a very heavy piece of machinery for the wind mills.  
I've always been fascinated with these wide/oversize/long loads.  I had my truck briefly with Daily, which is one of the oldest oversize hauling companies in NA.


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Most horses would be freaking out with a 38 axle tractor trailer and 4 escort vehicles, lights blinking, right next to him.  These things are enormous!  I was just happy it didn't roll off down into the field.

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Really concerned isn't he?

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What truck?  I'm only interested in my grass.

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Early this morning one of the wind turbine bases pulled over on my road next to the dressage arena.  They are required to take a break between 7-9am.

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Oct. 2009 First time to ride in my new saddle.  Just in the field as the trucks whip by.

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Taking a walk about with the new saddle, Oct. 2009

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After 20 min, back to the barn.

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sept. 15, 2008, the rainbow went the entire way, 180 degrees but I only had a tiny window to get my camera and grab some photos.

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One of my favorites.  Carpe Diem.

 
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