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War Horse

tack and feed stores in coloradoThe recently released film, War Horse, directed by Steven Spielberg and adapted from a children’s novel written in 1982 by Michael Morpurgo, tells the story of a horse loved and raised by a boy in England  prior to and during World War I.  There is always a fear in animal movies that the film will endear a creature to the audience then snatch it away in a poignant ending scene.  There is a tendency in film makers and some writers to believe that children need to face the harshness of life by dealing with the death of a pet.  This hopelessly shortsighted philosophy has ruined many a novel or movie over the years for those of us whose hearts are shredded most easily by the suffering of an animal.  It is our pleasure however, to inform the hesitant movie going public, that though the story of the War Horse named Joey, does take the gallant creature through seemingly endless difficulties, facing the full onslaught of a devastating war, the audience is rewarded with a victorious ending, which makes it worth the price of admission.  There is nothing more gratifying than beating the odds, and Joey’s story lets us beat them soundly.

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Joyful Shopping

tack and feed storesWhen you’re getting ready for the upcoming holidays don’t forget about the four-legged family members who give us so much joy throughout the year.  Pine Country Feed, though known for their larger animal supplies, also cater to the house pets in your life.  You’ll find favorite toys, bones for chewing, the best foods and treats, and Pine Country will help you put it all together in a snuggly bed for your furry friend.  While you’re there be sure to take a trip upstairs to the cowgirl boutique where you’ll be delighted by the Christmas decorations and the myriad choices of gifts that you haven’t seen anywhere else.  The great part is, you won’t have to go to the mall where you’ll look for parking and walk a good mile and a half to finally get to the store that carries your mom’s favorite hand cream.  Be adventurous and skip the slippers for your sister.  It’s time she had a blingy belt, or a turquoise encrusted pillow.  The shopping you do at Pine Country Feed will leave you feeling refreshed instead of frazzled and the gifts you give will be one of a kind and from the heart!


Do it Right

tack and feed in ColoradoThe right pair of jeans is similar in importance to the right hair cut.  They have to fit properly, and comfort is a must, and it is best if they have that little something extra that says “now that’s a pair of jeans”.  Pine Country Feed gets the whole “jeans are my life” way of thinking and they carry a fabulous selection of just right, soft as butter denim duds that will put you on the cover of “got it goin’ on” magazine.  There are only a few things in life that can actually turn your attitude around in an instant but slipping into that perfect fit, with just the right amount of flair is one of them.  Pair your jeans with a perfectly feminine, astoundingly stylish cowgirl designer top and you will be ready to bring in the herd or go out on the town, or both.  Get out to Pine Country and see if you don’t fall in love, over and over again.


Rope a Winner

So it’s your turn to host the clan for the Thanksgiving extravaganza and you’re trying to decide if there is a way to get the house in presentable “haven’t seen these people in a year” shape without tearing the whole place down and starting over.  The key to your success is in the details.  When you clean your house remove all of the current accent pieces, the ones you have had out since you moved into the house, and start fresh.  Clear the pillows from the petrified sofa and the colorless vase from the mantle and begin your adventure into tasteful, always inviting, cowgirl chic.  A pillow with leather fringe and a pounded metal, bling ridden receptacle for your mums will bring new life to the old walls, without the hours of work that you should spend making your pies.  Dress your house for the holiday in a way that will have them stopping and smiling and thinking how truly clever you are.  Pine Country Feed will set you up in a quick morning’s stop, and send you on your way with a treasure trove of wow!


Cowboy Stampede

 

Out on the range, when there’s nothing to answer but the call of the wild, and the only clock you have is shining overhead, things seem to make sense.  The little things start to matter more and all the other stuff kind of gets lost in the dust.


Behold the Horse

Hollywood loves horses, in every form.  They love the horse that can win a race, or the horse that stands by his man until the last shot is fired.  They have given us talking horses, horses that fly, singing and dancing horses, carousel horses and horses that have broken our hearts.  They are the favorite means of transportation in an entire genre of movies, and most of the favorite film stars of the forties, fifties and sixties ended up on a horse at one time or another.   Horses are back in style on the silver screen with westerns making a come-back over the last fifteen years.  Today’s westerns are more violent and the main characters never bathe, but one thing is consistent with the early western.  The best friend of the cowboy, rancher, farmer, or settler is still the horse.  The west simply wouldn’t have been settled without them.  The four legged beasts are beautiful, noble, intelligent, usually gentle pictures of the soul of an era that was misbehaved, poorly planned and truly brutal.  When everyone else was spitting, drinking too much, gun fighting in the streets, the horse brought a grace and sureness to America’s wild picture of the west that makes us love them.  They are the spirit of what we wish we could be; strong, sleek, peaceful.  And they do talk by the way – you just have to listen really carefully.


Coffee People Unite!

At Pine Country Feed we are lovers of anything that adds richness to our lives – great friends, mountain air, jeans that fit, and of course a great cup of coffee.  This week we are having a coffee tasting party to choose the signature roasts that will bear the name of Pine Country Feed and we can’t wait to introduce them to you.  We will be deciding the names of our roasts, and we would love your help.  If you have a great idea for a coffee name, and keep in mind we are going with a cowboy/cowgirl- Wild West theme, put it on our wall.  If we choose yours, you’ll receive a free pound of coffee and all of our deepest admiration.  So raise your cup and put on your thinking cap. Salut!