outdoor christmas decorations featuring equestrian english saddle, wrapped gifts, chalkboard, wreaths, silver bells, and snaffle bit

Hawk Hill Christmas Preview 2014

Each year I try to post a preview of my Christmas decorations before the rush of the holiday season begins- and then a full followup and a few tutorials during the relative quiet season of the weeks following the new year. While I’m still working on a few new decorating projects for Christmas 2014, here’s…

Baskir Curly Mare grazing under dogwood blossoms

Springtime at Hawk Hill

  I have a few posts on recent  adventures and projects in the works right now, but I’ve been spending most of my free time getting planters planted with flowers, raised vegetable beds tilled, planted, and mulched, my spring broiler chickens raised and (nearly!) to the freezer, and working on a new birdcage water feature…

Christmas At Hawk Hill 2013 (Preview)

With the colder than usual fall, and shorter-than-usual Christmas season, decorating was smashed into one whirlwind weekend this year! Although I’m still finishing up some new elements, I wanted to give my readers a preview of the tutorial I’ll be posting once Christmas retail sales slow down enough for me to have free time again.…

Canton Flea Market Roadtrip

This post updated: Can you guess what the only thing better than a trip to the Canton Flea Market is? It’s a trip to the Canton flea market with an empty cargo trailer! Though it’s a hefty drive from Missouri, I connect with my parents who live across the border in Kansas and head to…

stable christmas decorations

Christmas at Hawk Hill

last updated: For once, I’d like to make a holiday post that actually gets published before the holiday! It seems the best I can hope for is to record with my camera and update later. Our tack store is set in a newer building at the back of our property near the 80 year old…