Please see my new website at: GinGetz.com. Not a very creative name, but easy to remember. I’m finally getting my own website together which will continue long after I leave this mountain. I hope you’ll join me there and continue on the journey with me.
Our home and guest ranch can be viewed at the Lost Trail Ranch web site.
Forrest’s blog on riding (probably snowmobiles, not horses…) in the high mountains is called Highcountry Hillbillies (I love the name).
My “other” blog, High Mountain Horse, is all about our horses, riding (yes, horses…), outfitting, horse training and our work and experiences horseback in the high mountains.
Some other sites I enjoy visiting over a cup of coffee:
J. Ruth Kelly’s Blog, Weaving Worlds of Words Awakening . . . Thoughtful, wonderful writing.
Julian’s White Horse Pilgrim. His words may be about horses, trains, the beautiful world around him, or the sadness of his past, but always, always his words sing.
I must be growing up (finally) and realizing such strength and inspriation in my fellow WOmen. Check out Ann Daly’s blog.
Maggie Mae Farm, Sustainable, Eco Friendly Farming. Feeling the land, for the land. Feels like a friend…
Juli Thorson’s Horse Talk. A familiar face in horse industry that always makes us feel welcome.
Girl on a Mountain with a Chicken. One very brave chick with a chicken.
Bliss Bait. OK, so I can’t quite describe what it’s about, but it makes me smile, and who doesn’t need a reason to smile?
Reggie’s Grains of Sand. A new friend I just found all the way over in South Africa! As in love with her land as I am with mine.
Wendy’s Horse Adventures. More horse talk. All the way from Vermont, but feels as close as my kitchen table.
Sandy’s American Way Farm. Living the good life on the land in New Hampshire.
There are so many inspiring, entertaining and enjoyable blogs out there. If you have a site you’d like to share, or one you enjoy keeping up with, please send me your suggestions. I’m not much of a blogger in the sense that there are few I keep up with well enough (no matter how I care… and I often do) though I know the importance of sharing and sending the word for others interested and growing and reaching out. And to all you bloggers – and you readers – please don’t forget the importance, relavance and reward in comments. Blogging is a converstaion – and two ways is far more fun than one. That’s why we share. Please take a minute and leave a note. If you’re having trouble posting a comment, or would rather keep your response personal and private, feel free to e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.