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SUNSHINE AND SHEDDING season is here. Can we celebrate budding blossoms and warm, sunny days without the exuviating hair of our furry friends? Not a… Continue reading
Y’ALL HAVE HEARD about the Leave No Trace Program, right? Officially adopted by the United States Forest Service in 1990, its main goal is to… Continue reading
SEQUIM AND PORT Angeles’ high school equestrian teams completed their third qualifying meets of the season March 24-26 in Spanaway. More than 100 competitors from… Continue reading
again. My sincerest apologies to the new Mt. Olympus chapter of Back Country Horsemen for giving out the wrong address… Continue reading
IT’S MARCH ALREADY? Despite the abundance of rain, sleet and snow slowing my outdoor fun to a screeching halt, it appears the days of 2017… Continue reading
IT’S NOW FEBRUARY, and I must confess I feel as if I’m going more backward than forward down the page in checking off items on… Continue reading
GREAT NEWS: THE Jefferson Equestrian Association is getting close to opening the Jefferson County Horse Park. Scheduled to open this summer, the 80-acre park at… Continue reading
EVER FELT AS if you’re dying of thirst? It literally could happen. Water. All creatures great and small need it to survive. In general, both… Continue reading
“YOU GETTING OUT to ride much?” It’s a question I’m asked all too frequently. I love to ride, but becuase I’m not riding as much… Continue reading
who’ve traveled the country to participate in breed… Continue reading
THE ALIENS HAVE landed. That’s what my horses must have been thinking when my neighbor’s Christmas lights display lights up the sky come nightfall. In… Continue reading
with fist pumps in the air — when my women friends and… Continue reading
INCLEMENT WEATHER AND sloppy ground didn’t deter fans of Jefferson County’s Silver Spurs 4-H horse shows. And why would it when the last show of… Continue reading
Indy could have “sweet itch” — an allergic reaction to gnat bites — or something much worse.
Members of the Clallam County 4-H team earned awards at the Washington State Fair last month.
Three Clallam County girls earned ribbons and placings at the Washington State Fair. Karen’s horse Indy develops, and is treated for, colic.
Five Port Angeles girls won medals during the Peninsula Junior Rodeo Association’s junior rodeo in August.
After moving into her new home, Karen Griffiths discovers her horses are more affectionate now that they can roam mostly free.
Life-changing events have necessitated the need for my family to downsize and simplify.
EDITOR'S NOTE: For 28 years, Peninsula Daily News readers in Jefferson and Clallam counties have supported the “hand up, not a handout” Peninsula Home Fund.… Continue reading