We are still having problems with the kitchen sink...
It started about two weeks ago, the water just wont drain as it should (it's so verrrry slow).
We called for professional help, after the plumber had left we thought the problem was gone.
Two days later, it was back.
Now it seems that the pipes in the cellar don't have enough downgrade and there seems to be forming a vacuum that keeps the water from draining.
The house owner is informed and will come (hopefully anytime soon) to fix the problem.
He happens to be a retired plumber - so I am confident.
Our "short" visitor is back home with her family. Since this morning.
We loved having her those days, she is such a sunshine!
And she's been a very good girl, made the "job" quite easy.
We had thunderstorms in the area this evening, not here in Fjälkinge though.
BUT we have a power outage that lasted for about one hour.
The entire city of Fjälkinge (which is about 1,7 km south of us) was dark.
We lighted some candles and as we were just about getting ready to go to bed, the electricity was back.
So I'm getting another blog post done after all.
I already thought it would have to wait until tomorrow...
I will go to a clinic the weekend of the 22nd and 23rd.
Teacher: Gene Ovnicek himself!!!
I am pretty excited and very curious.
I don't want to be a farrier in the future, but I do want to know more about basic and balanced hoof trimming.
I suppose that most participants will be farriers, I will listen, watch and learn as much as I can.
Does anyone of you (US Bloggerfriends) know Mr. Ovnicek? He's Colorado based and seems to be good in what he does..
Here's a couple of pictures of Indigo's hoofs as they are shod now.
Here's photos of the shoes he wore before. The rounder ones are the front shoes, the ovally shaped ones come from the hind feet...
It's really time for some sleep!
Good night everyone, or good morning, depending on where you live...