|Taking residents on an outride|
As I said in the first blog, Horizon Farm is a permanent residential program for developmentally disabled adults and here, there are dogs, cats, chickens, rabbits, parrots and horses. This relationship with the farm animals, particularly the horses is an important part of Horizon Farm’s philosophy. The morning horses grooming is part of that philosophy. I’m finishing a video to help the farm recruit volunteers. There are shots of how important the horse program is here.
|My little house|
|Polo and me up at the falls.|
There is a big bicycle park that’s walking distance from the farm and they have laid out trails throughout this area. I’ve never seen such a great park like this. The park also has a nice outdoor café which I frequent for breakfast and Geoff and I also go there for a beer or two.
|Sne gets me my coffee at the cafe.|
|We made a quick trip to Durban.|
|Geoff and I have refreshment in Durban.|
|Like Seattle, Durban is a boat town.|
Before leaving on April 20th, I hope to do a video on the volunteer opportunities here and perhaps another on their long term residential program. I'll post it here when I return. Stay tuned! (God does anyone use that expression anymore – it comes from the old days of radio!)
Some of my friends who are residents here at the farm