For the Horses? I am not sure who the riders are in this photograph. And it doesn't matter. The work horses that I remember they had on the farm in 1950's were called Jack and Joe. Sometime in 1950's they moved on to tractors. It was a big deal. Great Progress for them, because others in the neighborhood had already done so.
Mabel Johnson to the North West of Sunnyslope was into horses for riding. I don't know, if Fred was as a youngster. Also the Kelseys had horses for riding. I couldn't say who the mystery riders were. Possibly Meyer.
Note: I haven't dated the photo, yet, either. I am sorry it is a bit blurry. But part of the history, one cannot pass up.
Keep me with a computer and I am happy. When a young girl, I was a bookworm. I was always reading. I found some change with the television. In 2000, I discovered I did like the computer! Once I learned some basics of computer there was no stopping me from using it. I have learned it could nearly take the place of both books and television. I can still find time for my family and all that entails.
I am always interested in the mystery of the extended family. I always am searching for the "story" of a situation. I seem to be always searching for beauty in the world, and in life. I always also want to know why about everything