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        12-30-2006, 07:25 PM
    I love and MISS the sagebrush, and I've only been here visiting for a week now! 20 minutes north of SLC, would be Roy or somewhere, right? But it looks like that is further west, in the actual hills?
    I know all about the price of land being so high. I'd love to buy up sme acreage and put a covered arena on it so I could train for the public in that area year round. No way I can come up with that kind of dough though.

    Where did your friend's folks move to in Eastern Oregon? That's a big piece of country.
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        12-30-2006, 08:48 PM

    The picture is over South of Duchesne

    A Picture from last Saturdays ride
    Looking at Mount Ogden from the back side close to Morgan

        12-30-2006, 10:23 PM
    That sucks! I want to be there more than anywhere else, and all I can do is look at pictures right now.....Ah well, spring is coming, right?
        12-31-2006, 10:24 AM
    Oh but it totally changes it's looks in the spring. The grey is gone and everything turns green

        12-31-2006, 02:59 PM
    AAAAAAAAAAARRRRRGGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!! You're just doing it to drive me nuts now, aren't you!!!!!!
        12-31-2006, 05:50 PM
    Love the name!!! I am just starting to train some young horses. Just learning though, hopefully I will have system down in a year or so
        12-31-2006, 05:53 PM
    Naw,, Just giving you a fix to tide you over till you get home.

    I post this picture not so much to show you my daughter, but rather the cows over her shoulder in the high country. We are at about 9000 foot elevation around the end of June. You can just barely see the wildflowers There is so much green it drowns out the color.

        12-31-2006, 08:21 PM
    I love going to cow camp for the summer up there in the high country! It's a lot more comfortable than down on the desert that time of year!
        12-31-2006, 08:24 PM
    Just for the record.....For those that don't know, cowpuncher does not refer to a proclivity for boxing with bovines. Rather, it is an old time name for cowboys. Since today you can be called a cowboy if you go to the store and buy a Stetson and some Olathe boots, I choose to use the old time name.....I would probably be more properly labelled a buckaroo because of the country I'm from, it just screams of Western Horseman Magazine to me.....

    Western Horseman: The National Enquirer of the Cowboy world!
    (Just kidding, I read it every month, Lord help me.)
        12-31-2006, 09:15 PM
    I guess you learn something new everyday! :)

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