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    08-06-2013, 12:49 PM
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That would be nice!
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    08-06-2013, 01:05 PM
  #7312
Yearling
We've been to South Fork several times camping. It's down the hill from Creed. LOVED IT! Would go back in a heart beat, but DH hates to camp... even in a camper! He's such a ****ed killjoy!
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    08-06-2013, 01:06 PM
  #7313
Weanling
You can rent a cabin, with a barn or there is another one with stalls in Pagosa (our favorite so far). Out there, you can be in town or drive half an hour and be in the middle of wilderness. Best of both worlds! Lol
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    08-06-2013, 02:12 PM
  #7314
Yearling
CYN, I myself have looked for saddle shops at/around/near San Antonio. The only one I know of is Boerne Stage Saddlery https://www.facebook.com/pages/Boern...y/189512372322 and there are a few hole in the wall places that are there one year, but not the next - no big name brand stores. Most of them (including Boerne) are closed on Sundays. All of the ones I've seen are very tiny (one room shops) and the sales people stand by your side the whole time and ask you questions and won't let you 'just look'.

On a different note, if you go any where near San Marcus, try to visit the Paper Bear gift shop. It is one of the fun little shops we like to stop at and look thru when we are passing by. Lots of fun little trinkets to buy for family, friends and kids for xmas, bdays and just for fun. They call themselves a Texas-sized gift shop. I got a really neat rainstick from there a long time ago. I'm thinking it is about time to get out in the yard with it and do a rain dance!
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    08-06-2013, 02:44 PM
  #7315
Yearling
I'm all for a meet-up in Colorado! One of my best buddies works pack strings for an elk-hunting outfitter up there, he's getting ready to move up there for good sometime next year. Right now he is planning on going up to the Red River NM area for camping at around 9,000 feet for a couple of weeks. I'm green with envy!

KC, sending positive vibes your way! I've been through very scary times with my daughter, too, and know that often it comes down to faith and hope...
It's not easy

About ready to leave my school building, have been here all morning moving my classroom to a better one down the hall. Going to take my sewing machine in for a tune-up so I can get some tops & skirts together before the year starts. Will work with Eli tonight, hopefully he will be in a better disposition than yesterday!

Stay cool, everyone!
     
    08-06-2013, 03:06 PM
  #7316
Green Broke
https://replays.robertsstream.com/ra...ast/livestream

Pole bending
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    08-06-2013, 03:15 PM
  #7317
Green Broke
Ranch Pleasure "shoot out"

https://replays.robertsstream.com/ra...ast/livestream

You may have to click on "Performance Arena"
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    08-06-2013, 03:22 PM
  #7318
Yearling
S'OK nu. I never think to read the names and just react so I have no clue who I have stolen carrots from. I apologize in advance if it happens.... Glad to see everyone had such lovely weekends. We spent our hiding out from the rain or repairing (multiple) drives this weekend. We had ours evaluated and were told it would be easier to move as there is no permanent feasible fix. I kinda figured and have been bucking to move (back to TX or MS, LA) but DH just won't accept a move and would rather spend his time doing maintenance.... Oh well. Have a great week y'all.
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    08-06-2013, 03:40 PM
  #7319
Green Broke
Hey, I like the Ranch Pleasure class!
     
    08-06-2013, 03:49 PM
  #7320
Yearling
Just missed the above class. Saw them give the award. Says barrel racing is next. Don't know how long... i'm assuming after arena dragged, barrels set up and such.
     

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