Horses ready for the next storm

Another storm has been announced last night, so early this morning we finished the horse shelter area and moved the two boys over so they are going to have a more comfortable place during the day when the weather closes in.

Metservice forecasted torrential rain and wind up to 120km/h (again). It’s been wet and windy lately.

All we are missing now are the fence rails (plus a small water tank – for the time being they have a water bucket).

Hope the boys will enjoy their new place. 🙂

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