Things are looking up with Calypso, I think, or am I fostering false hope? I have been swamped with appointments the last couple of days, so Calypso hasn’t had the saddle back on since the 5th. I did separate her and George on the 6th, and George isn’t going into fits about it this time. He keeps pulling the tarp down, just like Calypso did, but without the stepping on it, and trying to rip it, gusto that Calypso put into her work with the tarp. I hang it back up every time he pulls it down. Read More
Like I said in my previous post, I thought it would be a good idea to have Calypso practice tying. Today I was able to get Calypso out of the paddock and George into the paddock, not an easy task! Calypso likes to stretch her legs in the pasture, so I let her run around for a while. Read More
So, here we are, Calypso is in the paddock, George is in the pasture. First thing this morning I went out to feed, and those two are standing as close as the fence, and corral panels with allow. I’m thinking, “They may as well be in the pasture together at this rate.”
After I fed, while Calypso was busy eating, I pulled out my biggest tarp (you can buy one of these behemoth tarps at that link). This thing is around 30′ x 40′, it is huge. I folded it in half length wise, then draped it along the top of the paddock panels. Being clever, as I thought I was, Calypso wouldn’t be able to see him as easily. Calypso watched my every move while she was eating.