Monthly Archives: January 2010

Leftovers without borders

Tonight (a Monday):

Leftover spinach and spicy lamb from dinner at an Indian restaurant last Friday

Leftover roasted cauliflower from Saturday

Leftover Morrocan spiced spaghetti squash with pine nuts from Sunday

All with a glass of 2005 Two Barns Oregon Pinot Noir opened tonight. I know, not a leftover. But, after sniffing the bottled opened 3 days ago, I […]

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Trying a Training Level dressage test

I am having so much fun riding this young horse. Every week is different. She is getting stronger every day. Her trot has changed from running on the forehand to moments of really nice cadence and the beginnings of suspension. Her canter is developing balance, and less and less does she slam onto her forehand […]

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2009 Solstice Celebration and Tree Olympics party

2009 Solstice Celebration and Tree Olympics, by the numbers

57 people attended the Glosten/Stutz SCTO this year, ages 4 to well over 50. With 6 per team, 5 teams ran “Team Tree”, with Team 5 taking the gold. Twenty one folks attempted the Caber Tree Toss; the longest distance 24’5″, the shortest, minus 3′. Twenty-seven attempted […]

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