Wordless Wednesday – Thundering Hoofbeats … No More

Saying Goodbye to the Iron Horse Arena. Once a gathering spot in our small town, its days are done. Yet can’t you still hear the thundering of hoofbeats and the shouts of cowboys?

Thank you for reading “Small Stuff”.  This is the second of two blogs.  You can find more on my “Thought Blog” at rashellbud.wordpress.com. Wishing you a beautiful day full of the Small Stuff that transforms life into BIG STUFF.

Author: Shelly

A country girl through and through, I am experiencing the bliss of returning "home" to my rural roots after nearly 40 years in the Seattle area. Recent years have been a mix of walking through two life altering health crises in our family, losing my Mom to dementia, transitioning from being a classroom teacher for over 20 years to managing two small-town libraries, and digging in to the peaks and valleys of country life. My original blog, Rashellbud is nearly 8 years old and is full of my "thought and faith" musings, while " Small Stuff Living" celebrates rural life. I also love being behind the lens of a camera and sharing the beauty of what I see with others. One of the true joys of blogging is the growing community of online friends and fellow writers who inspire me in countless ways.

4 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday – Thundering Hoofbeats … No More”

  1. I love to visit places that are no longer functioning and wonder how things were when it was still in operation. I see that you do too.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous day. 🙂

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    1. Yes, my mind gets lost in a thousand stories when it comes to some of these treasures.

      This was my first blog hop and wasn’t sure I knew what I was doing but sure enjoyed this introduction to so many wonderful blogs!

      Thanks for reading and commenting!

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