Travel Blogs from Haren
So I have officially started to countdown the hours instead of days. There are about 9 to 10 left, which indeed means that I'll be in the car at 3 in the morning instead of my nice and comfy bed.
I am going to Jönköping (Sweden) for 6 months where I'll study at the Jönköping University, something I am really looking forward to. For those that are interested in ...
... she stopped and let us catch her.
The discovery of Gluewine
It was bitterly cold at the show, and they had gluewine (mulled wine) available so when the horses had finished we went and had some. The first mouth full you got more fumes than liquid, but after that it started to go down quite nicely. It is an instant body warmer. This showed later when we got back to the stables all three of us were removing layers as we were too warm.
... sensation. There is no sneaking around in snow, everywhere you go you leave a path, that can’t be covered up until it snows again.
It wasn't just us that found it fun the horses also had interesting reactions. Blacky just walked around and the back to Sarah to ask where his grass had gone and what he was supposed to do, Bianca did not like the feeling of the snow on her face and Val well Val was the cool man, ...
... you get you venture out into the cold to check the horses have enough water and tuck them all in.
Although out of the "storm" outside there is no heating so the indoor area is icy cold. I spent a few hours being on poles duty while Doog and Sarah jumped the horses. While we were in the indoor one of the other riders came in on the cutest pony I have ever see, a little bucksin that had been clipped, four white stockings with ...
... though because
I can’t wait to see the restaurant and the mountains again. I’ve worked there
twice during the winters of ’07/’08 and ‘08/’09. Five years ago?! Time flies. Drie
keer is scheepsrecht, as we say in Holland. I think I’ll have a great time
3-12-2013 0:38 am
So far I really enjoyed my trip. I decided
not to care and just play ...