Reveling Raven Retreat

Reveling Raven Retreat Beautiful Private Bed and Breakfast set on 14 Acres in the amazing Santa Cruz Valley. Beautiful Wedding Venue site.
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act.tv
03/08/2020

act.tv

Seriously. This goes way beyond politics.

Contribute to Mark Kelly
02/15/2020
Contribute to Mark Kelly

Contribute to Mark Kelly

I just made a donation to Mark Kelly's campaign for Senate. Mark is rejecting corporate PAC money, so join me by adding your own donation today.

Stop Being Stupid
12/25/2019

Stop Being Stupid

Trump Pledged to Help Small Farms. Aid Is Going to Big Ones
11/23/2019
Trump Pledged to Help Small Farms. Aid Is Going to Big Ones

Trump Pledged to Help Small Farms. Aid Is Going to Big Ones

Donald Trump promised he would help embattled small farmers caught in the crossfire of his trade war with China. But big farms so far have been the main beneficiaries of the billions of dollars being distributed in aid payments.

10/31/2019

Ella Chicksgerald newest addition to Reveling Ravens and she loves the Breakfasts here too

09/16/2019
Freek Vonk

Freek Vonk

The language of a mother is universal ❤️

So beautiful!!
09/16/2019

So beautiful!!

“Last night a Maasai guide discovered a one of a kind genetically mutated baby zebra in the Maasai Mara and named it after his surname - Tira.
This morning we were one of the first ones to visit Tira!
A few years ago there was a similar case, however that zebra still maintained the stripes and brush-like tail.
Tira, however, has patterns that appear as polka dots!
I hope the experts will look into this case and share some interesting discoveries soon!”
#wildestafrica
📸 @frankliuphotography @ Maasai Mara National Reserve

Emotional Touch
09/13/2019

Emotional Touch

The life of a cat💞

Australian Equine Behaviour Centre
09/11/2019

Australian Equine Behaviour Centre

All of our horses at McLean Sport Horses are either paddocked together or in yards where they can touch, play and scratch each other. We believe this is very important for our horses well-being! #mcleansporthorses #aebc #esi #attachmenttheory #scratching #friends #playing @ Australian Equine Behaviour Centre

08/29/2019
Professor Noel Fitzpatrick

Professor Noel Fitzpatrick

This poem really resonated with me and I think it will with you too. Sharing today as we celebrate the wonder that is dogs. Thank you all for being members of our families x #InternationalDogDay

Greenpeace USA
08/21/2019
Greenpeace USA

Greenpeace USA

We only have 60 days to get Congress to protect the Endangered Species Act from the Trump administration's attacks. Sign our petition now to tell your member of Congress to stop the Trump extinction plan!

McDowell Mountain Regional Park
08/21/2019

McDowell Mountain Regional Park

These photos were both taken in recent years during mid-August. Now, check your calendar. What does it say? That’s correct, it’s mid/late-August! This means that it is the time of the year that baby rattlesnakes are being born and begin moving about. Keep a watchful eye for these little marvels of nature. They can be difficult to spot and won’t be able to warn you of their presence when they are this young.
Rattlesnakes give birth to live babies that arrive fully equipped with venom. They have one rattle segment (often referred to as a button), but the sound is not audible until the baby snake has had a chance to grow and complete several sheds and grow more rattle segments.
We know that there are many opinions about rattlesnakes in general, and there are equally as many opinions as to whether baby rattlesnakes are more dangerous than adult rattlesnakes. One of the most common things we hear people say is the opinion that “baby rattlesnakes are more dangerous than adults because they can’t control the amount of venom they inject, so they give it all to you.”
Is there any truth to that? Local experts tell us that “components of venom change with age in many species of rattlesnakes, as does their diet. This does not necessarily make their venom any more or less dangerous.” (adult vs. baby rattlesnakes) Also, it remains unknown if snakes can and do “decide” how much venom to envenomate during a defensive strike.
Perhaps the lack of a baby rattlesnake’s ability to produce an audible rattle when it is very young is why so many believe that their bite is more dangerous? Babies can certainly be more difficult to detect and therefore avoid, but ANY rattlesnake bite can be dangerous. Period. It’s that simple. Be aware of your surroundings.

The Animal League of Green Valley (TALGV)
08/09/2019

The Animal League of Green Valley (TALGV)

08/06/2019
NowThis Politics

NowThis Politics

Pres. Trump is blaming the mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton on mental health -- every single American needs to hear Rep. Joe Kennedy tell the truth about mental health and gun violence

Arizona Daily Star
07/02/2019
Arizona Daily Star

Arizona Daily Star

"The water level is rising, and the water is back in our river, providing habitat and beauty for downtown, reminding us how lucky we are to be Tucsonans," said Councilwoman Regina Romero, whose ward includes much of the riverbed.

SoCal Family Adventures SCFA
06/03/2019

SoCal Family Adventures SCFA

Here are some of the #MetalScupltures over at #Galletameadows in #AnzaBorrego :) these were a treat to see!!!!! There is more but these are a few.

Kizzy & Etties Pony Adventures
05/25/2019

Kizzy & Etties Pony Adventures

S.Phifer Photography
05/21/2019

S.Phifer Photography

How about some horse photos! I'm going to share them in batches, by band, but this one seems like a good place to start :)

Choose Kindness
04/30/2019

Choose Kindness

Equine Sport Management by Dr Henk Offereins
03/29/2019

Equine Sport Management by Dr Henk Offereins

After making the little girl, God said:

“You’ll need something to lean on. Something with substance that will teach you the value of hard work, perseverance, and to never give up. A thing that won’t cast judgment when you mess up in life. Because you will often, it’s just part of growing up and becoming a decent human."

"You’ll need something whose impressive physical presence must be respected at all times. A being who could break your bones in a whisper but will never break your heart. A creature who will be there for you when you cry for hours after someone you love lets you down. An unspeaking breathing being that will teach you to check all the noise in your head and completely listen to what he is saying."

“Sometimes in life you need to let go and just hang on. I call this trust. The terrifying ability to follow something blindly out of the conviction of only your heart. It will keep you centered and restore your faith when life happens. When you realize that you are forgettable to the world you won’t be to this creature."

"Something that will keep you truly humbled yet teach you how to fly!"

“You need to understand the painful reality of death. Sometimes it’s ok to let go. That kindness will always be rewarded before the use of force. And that courage means trusting him to get you safely to the other side."

“Something to get you out of bed in the trying times. When you feel like you have nothing he will remind you that you are still wanted. Something to give you perspective about what’s really important in life."

“You’ll need a best friend. Do not take this relationship lightly. It just might save your life someday when you see no out. Treasure it always I’m trusting it to you to take care of for a reason."

“A creature who will restore your faith about all of the goodness in the world even when you are so broken down that you cast Me aside."

“In turn with time and healing he will bring you back to Me. Know that your struggle won’t be made alone, and don’t forget to enjoy the ride."

"So I will make a horse.”

Credit to Lacey Messick

Monarch Equine Facilitated Learning
03/12/2019

Monarch Equine Facilitated Learning

Loved facilitating this group in our recent workshop "Reclaim the Power of Connection" for healthcare providers! Our next two workshop opportunities are June 27-29 and Sept 26-28 in Indianola, Iowa. Save the dates and we will provide additional details and signup information soon!

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