Daydream Believer.

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My mom just went to Idaho to visit a dear friend who has an amazingly beautiful horse farm.  While sharing photos and stories, she said “maybe you’ll have a place like this someday” and it really resonated with me.  It got me thinking, what would my dream farm look like and where would it be.  I started pinterest dreaming up some aspects of a ranch to call home.  Here are some of my favorite pins that inspire me and maybe my future ranch some day 🙂

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Of course, I will have horses.  Who knows how many but definitely a few that can live and graze freely.

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I love outdoor showers especially in fresh air spaces.  It would be my touch of modern added to rustic.


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I’ll need some area to be able to rest and admire the land 🙂

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Maybe if I’m lucky enough, it will even snow once in a while.

I guess you could say I’ve always been a dreamer but you can’t make something happen that you’ve never imagined before.  I’m definitely a day dream believer and I now have a fun new Pinterest board to play with.

What’s your day dream?

Kupres.

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I realized I hadn’t finished sharing all of my photos from Bosnia and I really want everyone to see how beautiful it is.  Definitely worth a visit even if you aren’t an avid horse rider because there are many other things to do.  Every day was fun to wake up and look out the window because the weather was changing so fast.

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IMG_0913The horses coming in for the night.

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The cabins!

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Fred overseeing the horses going out in the morning.

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The beautiful mountain colors.

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Morning fog.

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The babies!

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Hanne at the barn 🙂

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Barn chickens.

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Fred laying in the snow.

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Snow cover!

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Gorgeous snowy covered Kupres!

Kupres is a short 3 hr drive from Split, Croatia.  You get the best of both worlds by flying into Split because you arrive near the ocean and end up in the mountains in Kupres.