With spring officially arriving today traffic to the barn will increase exponentially as it does every year with the arrival of sunshine and warmth. Everyone will be busier, schedules quickly filling with outdoor projects, extracurricular activities and just plain more work that the changing of the seasons inevitably bring along with it. And that means more driving, spending more time in our vehicles, hurrying along and trying to get to where we need to be. We too face this dilemma, running from one activity to the next from sunup to sundown. We also understand that the driveway to the barn is a bit longer than the average home driveway, making the temptation to speed down to the barn a bit more enticing than we’d like it to be. We’d like to remind everyone that our home shares the driveway to the barn, our driveway that we utilize to ride our bikes down, our driveway that our dogs run across to the outdoor ring to say hello and chase squirrels and rabbits when the opportunity presents itself. Not to mention Ted is probably running out of lives, he’s used up two since November. So please, drive down to the barn as if you’re pulling into your driveway. Thank you!
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