Stinker is mostly standing around and getting chunky, which isn't the worst thing in the world for him. I got a new toy to help keep him in shape since he isn't really rideable, but I have been so busy with work that I haven't had time to play with it much. Eventually I will get around to using it and write about it.
I gave up on getting the saddle fitter that comes through this area to fit my saddle. So I sent pictures off to my old saddle fitter (she is a total wizard), because I thought I may as well do it when I am not riding in case I have to ship my saddle off. Turns out that he just needs a different head plate in the saddle (which I am fine swapping out), so that is coming in the mail.
Shockingly, I really haven't been too much of a tack ho. Probably because even that seems like too much effort. I almost bought the long Kerrits coaches coat, but I have two of the shorter ones (one barn and one work). I really need to buy some boots for winter. My old pair have split at seam on the heel. I haven't bothered with it because it has been dry, but eventually there will be snow so I do need to do something about that.
I am also casually looking for a trailer. The old stock trailer gets the job done, but eventually the age will catch up to it and essentially any repairs on it would cost more than the trailer is worth. I can't really decide between a two horse and a three horse, so it will probably end up being whatever falls into my lap.
I am helping with an endurance ride this coming weekend, so maybe I will remember to take pictures and write about that. Life is pretty dull without lessons and riding. Next week the farrier will be back to see how the foot is healing. Fingers crossed that everything looks good, because I am going a little nutty not being able to see if I am doing ok at keeping it clean.