It POURED rain shortly before we left, so the turnout wasn't as good as it has been in the past (we left two teams and wagons behind), but the weather cleared up to be a perfect day for riding, and there might have been six or so teams and quite a few outriders.
I rode my sister's green 4YO who was in need of some miles. Her first time at one of these things and she was better behaved than a lot of the older horses.
Well, it was a good ride with no wrecks or runaways. We came close when the bridle of one of my dad's Clydes simply fell off, but running away would have been an awful lot of effort for Bob so he decided not to. (That's what the guys are doing in the seventh picture: fixing the bridle)
I'm not sure what everyone in these pictures have to say about their photos going up on the internet, so I've tried to post ones that don't really show faces or specific people. The ones where you do see people, it's probably me or my dad.
There's more coming the next post, I just maxed out the photo limit.