Baking Huntress

Moments of perfecting hunting (ha!), baking, horsemanship, and life


Photo Challenge

WPC – Details – Caught In the Web

We’ve all in there. We are walking along and in an instant we become a ninja. That unknown, unseen cobweb has hit again.

In this picture I got to see the details of a spider web. The exquisite amount of time it took a spider in the middle of the woods to build such a beautiful piece of art for survival. That morning was unusually cold for an early September morning. The dew settling softly on the web with the early morning sunlight hitting it just right.

My boyfriend and I were having no luck of spotting any elk or deer, until I saw this. I remember yelling at him to stop so I could jump out to get a picture.


WPC – Partners – Thick & Thin

“Good friends are like the stars—You don’t always see them, but you know they’re always there.”                  -Unknown

That magical moment when you look back on your friendships and realize they have been with you through the think and thin.

To Admire


I hope I did this right-first #photochallenge. :-p

Admiration: Noun, something regarded as impressive or worthy of respect.

Many people would consider someone they know and loved to admire. I do, too, have several people that I admire, but for this topic the first thing that came to mind is Magic (RIP). The horse. Admired by many, owned by few.

Magic, a gray 25-year-old Appaloosa/Arabian Cross, stole my heart and admiration (well, after a year of butting heads and refusing to let the other win…). The beauty that comes with horse ownership isn’t just the ribbons and buckles, but the companionship, love and trust you get with no questions asked.

Eight years of perfecting our relationship, countless hours of riding without stirrups, two-point, and remembering to keep your heels down all the while keeping your balance. Not only the extra hours of grooming and fussing over your best friend.

I’m to this day I’m still awed by him. The perfection of strong rippling muscles, soft kind brown eyes, long curved ears, lack of the Araby dished face, the soft pink nose, the irregularity of mottled (spotty) skin, and the shortage (luckily) of green and yellow stains on an otherwise spotless gray shiny coat.

“In the steady gaze of the horse shines a silent eloquence that speaks of love and loyalty, strength and courage. It is the window that reveals to us how willing is his spirit, how generous his heart.”

~ Author Unknown


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