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post #2101 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 12:42 AM
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Thanks for the Texas post. I am in Kerr County, and my Tennessee Walker lives at my friends house with her 6 other horses. I am working on some training with both of us. I am looking for some friends to maybe ride with in this area. We plan on doing some ridding together, but I will probably ride more.
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post #2102 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 08:02 AM
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post #2103 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 10:27 AM
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I'm planning to go up to Bandera the weekend of the 20th this month. Any chance of seeing any of you folks out there? Not sure if it's a TETRA event (with associated fee) or just something some friends around here organized, but it should be fun.

I'm VERY jealous - are you going to go geocaching while you are there?? There are some hidden at some very scenic points that are fantastic. I hope the water is flowing in the streams! That place is my favorite place to go camp with horses. The first time I ever went was in 1996 for a CTR (my very first CTR) and we won novice sweepstakes and best horse out of about 40 others in our division. I won on my QH who was 10 at the time, in a western saddle, and we kicked some booty. Of course, I never won another one after that....

Is this your first time to go? Or have you been before?
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post #2104 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 10:28 AM Thread Starter
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I love geocaching in the hill country .... just sayin'.

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post #2105 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 10:36 AM
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my half sister in Georgia is big into geocaching. I make tracks on my Garmin and she is chasing geocaches. We laugh about it on Face Book. She and I were never raised together and I have actually only seen her twice when I was a child. We are surprised at how much we are alike. I will have to try out geocaching one day.

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post #2106 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 10:37 AM
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I think waiting until the spring time or even early summer for our group ride is a great idea. I have so many fall projects coming up that are taking up every weekend from now until February - too be honest, what a relief!

HOWEVER, I do live fairly close to the forest over here so it is easy to do a day trip - when I ride with my girlfriends, I meet them in the morning after I drop my big kid off at school, we ride until lunch, go eat then I get home around 2pm. If anyone wants to try to do something like that, just give me a holler. I can do Saturdays too, just have to work that one around hubby's schedule.
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post #2107 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 11:39 AM
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Happy Tuesday morning y'all! Hope everyone is doing well. I'm very excited about going to the grasslands on the 13th, just hope something else doesn't come up and we don't get to go. That's what normally happens....but going to stay positive:)

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post #2108 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 11:57 AM
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Thanks for the Texas post. I am in Kerr County, and my Tennessee Walker lives at my friends house with her 6 other horses. I am working on some training with both of us. I am looking for some friends to maybe ride with in this area. We plan on doing some ridding together, but I will probably ride more.
welcome stephenc! Nice to have another gaited horse person join the group!
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post #2109 of 10872 Old 10-02-2012, 02:01 PM
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Anyone want to come help put up an arena? Lol!

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post #2110 of 10872 Old 10-03-2012, 08:45 AM Thread Starter
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Crap! I rear-ended someone ... again ... this morning. What the heck is wrong with me???

*sigh*

I should just stick to riding horses......

*pout*

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