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Washington Boutique Of The Year Winner!

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Washington Boutique Of The Year Winner!

Washington State Best Overall Boutique Winner. and Best Online Boutique Winner. Honestly, truly, word will never explain what it feels like.  After three enjoyable years of relentless research on how to build and grow an online boutique, I feel like we finally have made some ground.  If I could count the times that I wanted to throw in my hat, wondering what I was doing... each of those doubts have been quietly snuffed out by being recognized as Washington States Best Overall and Online Boutique.  The beginning of 2017 was a time that I started focusing more on you, the girls that love Saddles & Lace. I...

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Between the Sea and the Sky

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Between the Sea and the Sky

Between the sea and the sky #betweentheears A photo posted by Saddles and Lace Boutique (@saddlesandlace) on Jan 17, 2017 at 6:55pm PST

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Between These Ears

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Between These Ears

There is peace when looking between the ears of a horse.  Tonasket, WA  Tanglewood Ranch

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Sitting Here Thinking About Summer

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Sitting Here Thinking About Summer

I am just sitting here missing summer time... Like badly!  Seriously, its been 35 F or below consistently for about three months now.  So I started looking at picture from summer and here we go.   We are so blessed to have family.  Not just any family, but family that can teach the simplicity and importance of things like gardening and farming and playing in the dirty.   A family that teaches us patience, because even the juiciest looking strawberries may not be just ready yet and teaches us about greed because the biggest squash in the garden may be...

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Riding Thru The Burn

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Riding Thru The Burn

Me, Kimber, Fifty and Frozen rode through the hills a few weeks back. It was one of the first times that she had been up there since the Okanogan Complex fire had ripped cross the upper 2/3rds of our property.  We had an outfit come up and log what was salvageable of the black wood, before it because too hard and, well useless.   There is a lot of black up there, and now tremendous amount of stumps.  In the spring, we will all be very busy planting seed for new growth and what will be a continuous project of...

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