A Change of Pace

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I think it’s about time to enjoy something different, so I will share some photographs that my friend Dave Ferry, the custom knife maker https://www.horsewrightclothing.com/ recently sent me. The photo above is of Dave and his wife Nichole, who makes the clothes and does the leather tooling–and I mean great leather tooling–setting out to work their horses during a heavy snowfall.

This next photo is of the ranch where Dave’s son, Logan, works.

Here are two photos of Logan, plying his trade.

And finally, one of Logan starting a young horse, with Dave nearby to help keep the colt calm.

It’s a life a world away from Wuhan virus, and I hope it remains that way.

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11 thoughts on “A Change of Pace”

  1. Awesome photos!!! You are amazing JP. Loved you in simon and simon. Been watching it again on dvd to pass the time!! What have you been doing to pass the time?

  2. Thank you for this.

    You’ve crossed my mind often today as I’ve wondered how you are faring. This world, long crazy, has added an all-new depth to its crazy. But, at least in part, the hatred seems to have diminished as we care for those we love. We are finding more of those in our neighborhoods communities, and around the world.

  3. I miss that oasis known as “the land of four seasons.” Used to go out on the deck of my grandparent’s place and look at Cummings Mountain. Fond memories of my times there in the ’70’s and ’80’s. Boy has the town grown! But then what place hasn’t…SIGH! That’s one of the few places in CA worth living at. As long as it is far from LA, San Francisco and Sacramento (though the last one does have some nice rural parts—just can’t stand that state legislature and governor).

  4. Thank you for sharing the photos of your friends! I too hope it remains a world away from when virus. Love to you and your family and your friends!!! You all remain in my prayers.

  5. Thank you for sharing those great pictures. It helps us (or at least, me) forget – temporarily – and pretend that virus is only a show off. It helps to ease our way into that endless tunnel… We do see the light, don’t get me wrong. A pale dimmed light :). But at least, now, that pale dimmed light is reflecting on greens, beautiful horses and gorgeous mountains.

  6. Thank you so much for the beautiful pictures! Such a nice “escape” from the Corona Virus…even if for just a couple minutes.

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