A reader sent this article to me.
At first, I wasn’t sure how I felt about it. Obviously, the horses don’t care about architecture… but after some thought, what impressed me the most was that these people have turned a run-down farm into an International Event and Meeting space – that also has horse around.
How does that help the horses?
Well, inadvertently, when any human attends this glorious venue, they will have to take note of the horses around there. And, any human who has never had any affiliation with horses might find a new found appreciation.
Exposure to a new group of people, most likely…
It only takes one person to make a difference. So, if any one person finds the horses to be valuable after visiting THE STORK’S NEST, well then that is a good thing. (Here is a link to The Stork’s Nest FB page, if you’d like…).
(The venue can change from a huge exquisite equine arena to a huge exquisite business hall…)
So, without further blah blah, here is the story on THE STORK’S NEST!
THE STORK’S NEST FARM
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Wouldn’t you like to have your win picture in there?!
Heck, I’d just like to ride around inside… how cool is that place, eh?
PS: This is what a stork’s nest looks like. I had to go find a pic to see for myself.
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