Stall of Secretariat ~ remains unused.  I've been there and it's wonderful.  Claiborne Farms!

Stall of Secretariat ~ remains unused. I've been there and it's wonderful. Claiborne Farms!

Secretariat's burial place at Claiborne Farm. one of the regrets of my life--I never got to see him.

Secretariat: A Tremendous Machine

Secretariat's burial place at Claiborne Farm. one of the regrets of my life--I never got to see him.

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

The 20 Most Colorful Cities In The World

DIY Quilt Label using your Silhouette and Heat Transfer from LifeAfterLaundry.com

Make Your Own Personalized Quilt Labels & Silhouette Giveaway

DIY Quilt Label using your Silhouette and Heat Transfer from LifeAfterLaundry.com

The best resources to help you plan your trip to Ireland... oodles and oodles of great links in this one! big thanks to @Irish Fireside

The best resources to help you plan your trip to Ireland... oodles and oodles of great links in this one! big thanks to @Irish Fireside

Finally got my trinity knot in memory of mom, dad and Mark

Finally got my trinity knot in memory of mom, dad and Mark

Tattoo in honor of my mom. I got it on her birthday the year after she died. It's two Celtic symbols combined. One that represents the female power and one that represents the transition between life and death.

Tattoo in honor of my mom. I got it on her birthday the year after she died. It's two Celtic symbols combined. One that represents the female power and one that represents the transition between life and death.

The link between the Celts and horses is both ancient and strong. From pulling war chariots, to plowing fields, to carrying riders down a local trail, the horse symbolizes strength, nobility and freedom to most people within the Celtic nation. Nowhere is this bond more strongly held than in Ireland, where horses are still a prominent feature of the landscape.

The link between the Celts and horses is both ancient and strong. From pulling war chariots, to plowing fields, to carrying riders down a local trail, the horse symbolizes strength, nobility and freedom to most people within the Celtic nation. Nowhere is this bond more strongly held than in Ireland, where horses are still a prominent feature of the landscape.

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