• Bidding the old farewell

    This has been some kind of a year. We discussed it as the family gathered at the table for Christmas dinner. How beautiful to hear our children and grandchildren talk about their many blessings, things that easily overshadow what was the prior 358 days of the year. Last year was certainly a time for the unexpected. We received phone calls telling us three family members had passed away. News on the television pounded at us with fear and unrest. And, then, there was my fall where I strained musc…

  • Cammie Seferovich - About my connection with these Sulpher horses

    Cammie Seferovich writes: About my connection with these horses:  I got my first from a friend of Ron Roubidoux's.  Darcy Deuce was her name.  Wow, one look was all it took.  And everyone who met her also fell in love with her.  It was all downhill from there. I bought two Sulphurs from Ron.  And I got one for people who loved mine.  That was Pueblo.  I drove them all the way to Utah from CA to pick him up.  Although I'd had so many different breeds of horses up to that point (aside from the w…

  • Cammie Seferovch - About the Claybank Red Dun Horses

    From the desk of Cammie Seferovich: About the Claybank red dun pictures? It is a lovely color.  People have often mistaken these horses for "dunalino" but nope-- no creme gene.  I think the mistake is made because their bodies are so light in color (like a palomino) and the older brother especially has lots of white in his mane. The prices for hay and fuel are so high in California that we are forced to sell many horses.  It's sad, as the Sulphurs are really in need of preservation.  Each one h…

  • The greatest gift can't be wrapped

    “Does anyone need anything? No. Does anyone want anything? No.” And with that, I’ve decided not to buy any gifts this year for Christmas. It was as if the needle of a record player skipped across the vinyl. “You always say that.” Our daughter, annoyed at my lack of gift giving, said, “Well, I’m buying gifts for everyone.” I love to give, and with great appreciation receive everything given to me. But, it is as I sit here and write that I stand on a simple principle. Buying just to buy misses the…