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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Trail Ride to Creek

Today Susan come over and brought her nieces.  They wanted to see different country and have never seen coulees and creek like we have so it was kinda cool to see it through someone else's eyes.   We took the hill down the creek and crossed to the other side and rode over there for a while.  Then we crossed back and ventured out towards the other side of our place.  We stopped at the dam so the kids could ride in deeper water and they thought that was pretty cool.




We were out about 3 hours, and learned later the girls never walk when they ride so they thought this was kinda different.  I told them they shoulda said something earlier cause we sure coulda trotted or loped, but they said it was nice and relaxing to walk.  So Susan told them all we ever do is walk and visit.  They couldn't believe that.  I said when i ride alone I often trot and sometimes lope, but it is nice to just walk sometimes.  And tomorrow we are gonna go to my neighbors and try going through their creek, should be lots of fun too :)

6 comments:

Cheyenne said...

Looks really good, how green it all is.

Country Gal said...

What a wonderful ride ! I would love to ride there with such open fields and space . Here we don't have to many wide open fields like that our lands are so much different . I would love to have huge acherage like that to hop on a horse and go riding for hours ! Great photos , Have a good day !

Cheyenne said...

What an awesome way to be outside on such a beautiful day yesterday. I bet the girls just soaked it all in...and it does sound nice and relaxing.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Such a beautiful wide open space to ride. Such green, lush grass, too. And how fun to play in the water. Great day!

~Lisa

4RRanch said...

Wow, their horses must really be in shape to never get to walk. They should try endurance riding.

aurora said...

What a fun & beautiful ride! Great experience for them to ride somewhere new, and you to share the joy!