Gina McKnight Features “In Memory of Apricot Spice” in her Blog, Riding & Writing

Gina McKnightMonday Creek Publishing, author, freelance writer, equestrian, blogger, and poet invites readers to explore her international blog, Riding & Writing, about horses, writers, authors, books, cowboys, equestrians, photographers, artists, poets, poems, and more horses.

In Memory of Apricot Spice  – The foothills of the Appalachian Mountains roll through southeastern Ohio and West Virginia. A beautiful scene, we experience a breathtaking panorama of seasons. In winter, snow can fall quickly, creating a landscape of serendipitous drifts of surreal white. If you have barn animals and outdoor pets, it’s the time of year for heated water tanks, plentiful haymows, and insulated clothes. The winter can be tough on older animals; dry air, bitter cold, and aching joints… read more here.

 More on the blog…

  • A beloved veterinarian from Maine to Colorado to the Ohio Valley – read about Abbott P. Smith, DVM, Athens, Ohio, in “Milliron: The Biography follow my Amazon Author Page!
  • Promote what you love! Send me your info and I’ll post your business, book, stallion, photography or art! – Horse Business 
  • To read all of my Riding & Writing archived freelance, interviews, and book reviews, visit https://ginamc.blogspot.com/

Member: Outdoor Writers of Ohio, Ohio Arts Council, Appalachian Author’s Guild, Ohio Quarter Horse Association, Ohio Paint Horse Association, Ohio Horse Council, American Horse Publications

Contact: Gina McKnight
gmcknight11@gmail.com

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