The Spirit Horse Farm New Video
Sticky has created this video for The Spirit Horse Farm, a unique and inspiring vacation rental experience in scenic Kent, Connecticut.
Another Special Wedding Night at The Spirit Horse Farm! The Summer season may be winding down soon, but last night was so incredibly beautiful here. I wish we could start all over again! It was Noel and Kerry’s wedding that made it so memorable. Great guests, beautiful couple, really wonderful family and friends! Thanks so much Noel and Kerry, for finding us and leaving us with memories to last a lifetime!
It was Another Special Wedding Night at The Spirit Horse Farm! The Summer season may be winding down soon, but last night was so incredibly beautiful here. I wish we could start all over again! It was Noel and Kerry’s wedding that made it so memorable. Great guests, beautiful couple, really wonderful family and friends! Thanks so much Noel and Kerry, for finding us and leaving us with memories to last a lifetime!
WE ARE finally ready for our first wedding of the season! It’s always such an honor to host weddings here, and large or small, they are always spectacular. Still, the preparation is always more than we expect, and we know we can only blame ourselves. Weddings are just so much fun, who could help but get carried away in the preparations! Special thanks to everyone who finds us here and chooses to share their special memories with us!
We have had so many great guests come to visit so far this spring. And many friends returning back for second, third, and even fourth visits! Like the doves coming back from from their wayward meanderings, our guests and friends always bring an unexpected joy to the farm!
Mild Winter at Spirit Horse Farm,
4:45 pm on December 15th, 2011.
The sun rose with defiance this morning over a light dusting of snow, and after an incredibly mild yet shockingly short day, has set again quietly over our grateful little farm.
It is still 53 degrees outside with children and adults finding cause to linger out of doors. The air is oddly reminiscent of spring, and the wood fire smells and long trails of smoke are noticeably absent in our river valley.
Every winter I secretly hope the arctic air won’t show, but usually by Thanksgiving, we know it is inevitable. This year feels VERY DIFFERENT!
I can only hope that these warm breezes linger into January, if for no other reason than to give our livestock a break from the harshness of winters past. I have hens sitting, and baby doves in the dovecote, and the peacocks are basking in the still soft soil that is usually rock solid and icy cold by now! Even the cows are frisky!
Five days without power, but we can’t complain! The weather following the storm has been spectacular, and though the the roosters clammed up at first, the rest of us were awestruck by the beauty and simplicity of life without electricity, running water or heat. Seriously, when the power finally came back on, there was a touch of disappointment in the adult circles, and my daughter Sarah literally burst into tears! The girls loved managing the candles every night, and I think we all really came to appreciate the cooperation and mutual reliance that come with the daily collecting of melt-water and firewood, and the communal food preparation and meal sharing that have become a true rarity in our everyday lives!
New York Times Storm News
Today was picture perfect! My daughters and our guests were treated to a lesson in horsemanship by our trainer, Liz. There were smiles all around!