A lot of people ask if we ever get snow, and the answer is yes. Usually 2 to 3 times a year. How much varies from year to year. Our first big snow came January 25 this year. We received approx. a foot…maybe a little more.
The fall foliage is on it’s way and the Ozark region is one of the best places to take in the magnificent color. With the cooler temps and changing leaves autumn can be one of the best times to experience Horseshoe Canyon. Horseback riding, cook-outs, riding the zip-line and rock climbing are an example of … Read More
With our 2014 season coming to an end we have hauled all but a few horses to winter pasture for some well deserved r & r. Shoes off and an abundance of green grass, what more could a horse ask for on their winter break?
Grab your scarf, pull out the leaf rake and put some hot water on the stove for a cup of hot chocolate. Fall has arrived. It’s that wonderful time of year when the air becomes crisp, the sky has a different hue of blue and the leaves change into the most beautiful colors. We were … Read More
What is going on? We were just in the mid 60’s and we blink for one second and what do we have? Snow! It seems a bit early to be getting snow. I wonder if this is a sign letting us know we are going to get more than usual this year. … Read More
Fall is one of our favorite seasons. To us it means cooler weather, beautiful leaves, apple cider, pumpkins, and a time for family and friends to reunite. What more could you ask for? This year in the Dallas Morning News were listed as one of the 5 best places to see “autumn’s glory” in the … Read More
Mother nature has brought us some “real” winter weather this season at the ranch. The first storm was supposed to be the “big one” but we seemed to dodge the bullet. Storm #2 Storm #3 was the biggest. We received 18″ to 20″. The weather man has said that our weather is going to only … Read More
Wonder what happens during the winter months at Horseshoe Canyon? Projects… Oh you mean what does the livestock do during the winter months? Not much. They get a well deserved break after a season of trail rides. As you can see below, in the photos, the horses just kind of hang out and eat hay. … Read More