This is our blog/dairy that we are using to record and share with our family and friends our lifestyle change experiences of moving from the outer metropolitan Perth hills to Eagleburra, our new country home in the beautiful south west region of Western Australia.

Oh and if you are wondering who G, M, A and B1 and B2 are they are just our family but to protect the kids and keep some privacy we have used a first initial only.

One Response to “About Us”

  1. Felicia Mallett says:

    Hi there,
    What a great blog! I have been doing some research on a Bay Standy Gelding we recently purchased for my husband and according to his records(if I’ve read his brand correctly), he is Billy’s Gold.
    Looking at the photos, our boy is identical to that pictured on your web.
    I am curious to know if you sold him or gave him away and if in fact that is the case,whether the two horses are one in the same.
    If you could reply to this that would be awesome as I’d really like to find out more about our newest baby.

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