The saleslist has been updated, check on news on horses for sale at Langhus farm.  Also, we are offering a “package” price now, if you are looking for 2 or more horses.

The exchange rate has never been better, prices of horses in Euros and USD are only 50% of what they were 3 years ago.  So now is a great time to look for horses in Iceland.

1. May:

The spring flowers/nodes are blooming, and the migrating birds and other birds are singing erotic songs and dancing tango everywhere.

1. May:

Am reading a very good criminal book by Sjövall & Wahlöö (written in 1965). But it is strange how nordic crime stories and american country songs are alike. The persons are depressed, the mate is annoying (or not there), life is hard and unfair and there’s too much work, and the dog hates them. Still strangely gripping stories : )

26. April:

Tthe first lamb of the spring is born 🙂

26. April:

A cool musical parade video on Icelandic horses here in Skagafjordur, on Saturday : )

23. April.
Me and Láki took two 1 year old mares today, put a halter on them for the first time in their life, and longed them and led them.They splashed mud on us, but the training went well and they were quick to learn.  Promising mares 🙂
23. Apríl.
I’m going out to dine with good friends this evening, I look so much forward to giggling with my girlfriends 🙂
22. April.
I went on a very fun school trip yesterday, with the primary school at Solgardar (where I teach) and the oldest class in kindergarten (so the kids were 5-12 years old). We had a lot of fun, went scating, to a mall, bowling, swimming, and to eat pizza. The kids were so fun and positive, and it was a wonderful day. Thank you, everybody : )
18. April.
Every worthwhile accomplishment, big or little, has its stages of drudgery and triumph; a beginning, a struggle and a victory.” Ghandi
17. April.
I made a cow happy today.She has been so restless for a few days, doesn’t stand still and beats head and tail non stop. Then I realized she ithced.I scratched her everywhere with a brush untill I found the itching spot, and the cow literally shook with pleasure.Then she looked at me for the rest of the milking time, as …surpriced and happy as a cow can look. It’s simple things like this that give life it’s meaning 🙂