Adventures in Haymarsh

Pony pasture and Scoria

The children, especially Simon, Grandpa, Grandma, and I fixed up the pony pasture by pulling out a fence and fixing the perimeter.  There were three loads of scoria delivered and paid for today. Andrew wants to touch up our driveway a bit and Grandpa wanted to continue working on a road that will make it easier for trucks to deliver grain.

Twinkle appears to be happy in her new pasture.
Pulling up posts and rolling up old wire that used to be a dairy calf pasture from when we used to purchase dairy heifer calves and raise them to maturity back in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Task completed!
Checking out their new pasture and watering tank.
Scoria being delivered.
Andrew working on the Scoria after supper, we went to work on weeding the pumpkin, squash, and zucchini patch.


  1. Mary E

    I remember scoria! Where is it sourced from? As always, great pictures.

    • Monica Jacobson

      Thanks Mary! You made my day 🙂 Leroy Fischer from Beulah is the truck driver and this particular scoria is from north of Beulah, it is very nice scoria. No large chunks, yet holds up well. Leroy goes to different scoria pits, but we sure are impressed with this batch.

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