Okay, we know – we’ve been AWOL, so to speak, since the Warrenton Horse Show & Warrenton Hunt Night, but it’s been wickedly crazy and now, in the aftermath of frankenstorm Sandy, we have power back in record time and we spent a few minutes catching up on what’s happening out in the world… One thing we never thought we’d see is a piece of fiction (well, truth is always stranger than fiction) on Eventing Nation, but that’s exactly what you will read when you click into Eventing Nation’s Visionaire: Happy Halloween: A Ghost Story – highly recommended reading! This tale called “Charlie Feathers” by Shelby Weeks packed a lot into a short story, and it’s all positive – about how spirits can continue to do “good” from the other side of the rainbow bridge… Kudos to Visionaire for running this piece in their Eventing Nation post! By the way, we sure would love to know more about Shelby Weeks who has written other pieces of short fiction, but we can’t find a website or even a bibliography (in a hurry as usual, deadlines, of course). So, if y’all have any info on the writer Shelby Weeks, please send it to us at: firstname.lastname@example.org Happy Hallowe’en & blessings to everyone in the aftermath of the Sandy storm! We managed to get in a few days chasing around the countryside with a lovely pack of Thornton Hill Hounds and even one day out with Old Dominion Hounds (not this photo). This image is from the Thornton Hill meet before a Sunday cubhunt in September with good friends (l-r) Brandy McDonald of The Fine Equine: polo pro Martin Maldonado of Polo at Blue Rock; yours truly (we really must find our hairnet, buy new one or, preferably, cut our curly locks!), and Kim Love of Polo at Blue Rock.
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