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  THE ERDA HORSE FARM
 We have a small home on small acreage in Erda, Utah,
 35 miles west of 
                           Salt Lake City.
  We lease some adjoining acreage which                  we use for pasturage and
                       hay production.                                       
Pictures on the Erda  Horse  Farm
 and around this part of
   Tooele County
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Storm over the mountains from our back door.
Stansbury Island in snow, from our front door.
CLYDE.
Klorisa shows a well trimmed hoof.
Cynthia on Hollie.
Thor doesn't know that he hasn't been trained to have Cynthia stand on him.
Sally doesn't care if it's way below freezing. She's taking Hollie for a ride!
Lili on Desi.
In the Haws corral.
Kathy in the Hayfield.
Kathy with Horses.
Dezi.
Woody and Mooney.
Dezi.

Thor.
Clyde.
Sneaky, with no restraints. 
Pinky.
A couple of the boys wanting to come in and get groomed.
No restraints, no halters. We just tell them to wait their turn.
Woody.
Barn Swallows? In the Barn.
         Bringing in the Hay.
A beautiful Alfalfa / Grass mix.
Look Mom, no hands!
Harvesting wheat east of the Erda Horse Farm.
A summer afternoon south of the Erda Horse Farm.
Erda Days, 2016
Lady Godiva and her Body Guard Helga, pose with Clyde.
As of 2-19-'17. More to come.
New fridge in the barn.
Harvest Moon. Looking easterly from the Erda Horse Farm.
Wild Flowers around the corrals well into November.
Christmas Morning, 2016.
Paper Whites blossoming in the Farm House window.
                                  February, 2017
The Stansbury Range, west of the Erda Horse Farm.
February 10th. The day's are getting longer, the day's are getting warmer.
Heather visits from New Jersey.
Sally leads. I told Heather not to bother with the stirrups, (just for safety's sake). Then I could see she was a "natural". She was reading Dezi's mind. 
Heather opts for a light fingertip grasp on the reins and her body language is just right.
No yanking, jerking, or tugging here.
Harper is visiting from Bali. She rests her finger tips on the saddle as Dezi and Sally walk around. Harper has no fear of horses.
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