_________________________________________________________________________WHOLE PROPERTY MAP This is the entire property, outlined in green. Although I own 34 acres, most of it is within the huge tract of woodland (owned by others) behind my place). Hunting goes on there much of the year, and it's not safe to run tracks too far into the woods for that reason. So my forays away from the original fenced area (Arena, Brook, and Alpine Meadow pastures) have been restricted to the Woodlot (which is ALMOST done) and the proposed Track in the Woods (see part 1).Note the sections marked in the map to the left. Parts 1-4 correspond to the more detailed maps below.I have not had to do a lot of forced tracking with electric due to the natural topography of the property. Because it is long and skinny, and because the creek and hills provide natural barriers, the horses "track" naturally.Below is a more recent map, which I rotated to make it easier to read. Shows where there is currently gravel or rock and where there will be minerals once I get the protected dispensers made. It also shows a possible alternative for the proposed track in the woods. There are a number of "ifs" involved here, due to topography, but I would love to connect the Alpine Meadow up with the Brook and Arena pastures if I can!
Blue Heron Farm Paddock Paradise, located in
Middle Tennessee, south of Nashville.
Join me on a Virtual Tour of the Brook Pasture/Arena Pasture Paddock Paradise (further description and maps below).