- I swept out the old shavings.
- I loaded a fresh bale of hay.
- I filled up the truck's gas tank - it wasn't even empty and it still ran close to $70.
- I loaded three bales of shavings for Speedy's "hotel" room (no shavings come with the $130 "room" rate).
- I added new shavings to Speedy's "ride" (my trailer's floor is really slick - the shavings help absorb wet poo and urine).
- I filled my hay bags.
- I loaded Speedy's beet pulp and rice bran.
- My show clothes are in the closet.
- I also went grocery shopping so all my "show food" is ready: mac n' cheese, soup, sammy fixins, chips, granola bars, string cheese, apples, instant oatmeal packets, apple juice, Gatorade, water, and yogurt.
I have a show this up-coming weekend. It's a two-day show which requires an over-night. Since we lost an hour this weekend, I knew I needed to maximize my Saturday. So instead of relaxing, I got to work on my trailer.
I cleaned my saddle on Sunday, but it will need another wipe down on Friday afternoon. I still need to load the generator, gas can, and my other clothes, but getting most of the horse stuff loaded is a big chunk of the work done. I do need to add my braiding box and mobile saddle cart as well. I am sure there are a thousand other things I'll think of over the next few days, but the process has been started!