Well as normal I am mixed up again.Between some….problems with my older sister and my own worries about barns are all in my head so yeah I have enough on my plate.My current barn Woodwind South is okay but not the best place for me really with a bad impression from start with no good ones really but they have until May but I doubt I’ll stay.The barn I want to switch to Kaiser Stud seems pretty cool.Some of their riders go to the Royal Winter Fair to compete and they seem like a good plaace that balances in fun and seems friendly but I’ll go up and see for myself,most likely around late April.I need luck on my side right now so crossed fingers :)
Discovered during peat cutting in the 1940s the site at Beaghmore consists of 7 stone circles. All of the rings are associated with cairns and a stone row runs towards these cairns. It is possible that Neolithic occupation and cultivation preceded the erection of burial cairns and ceremonial circles and alignments: some irregular lines and heaps of boulders resembling field-fences or field-clearance may predate the ritual structures. At some stage peat started to form over the site, and it may conceivably be that the cairns and rows were erected in a futile propitiatory attempt to restore fertility to the soil by attracting back the fading sun.