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  1. javi
    03-01-2015 09:42 PM - permalink
    I am not sure if they have that ride. I am only getting back into horses. I know there is one in a few weeks that lasts 5 days. From San Isiddro and ending at Mercedes stock show parade. I think it would be fun but where would ya sleep and how to charge a phone.
  2. Cordillera Cowboy
    09-16-2014 03:51 PM - permalink
    Cordillera Cowboy
    Ahh, sorry. The e-mag won't respond with just my name. You can search by article title. My latest one is called Dodging Bullets. Clicking on my name in the article should take you to a list of all my articles.

    The travel blog is at Random Notes From the Road
    Hope you enjoy!
  3. Cordillera Cowboy
    09-16-2014 03:43 PM - permalink
    Cordillera Cowboy
    We are pretty close now. Our plan A is to move the end of this year. Of course there are a lot of variables in play, so our plan B is June or so of next year. We tried to stay put as much as possible while we were in the Army. That meant we stayed about a dozen years in Germany. We loved it. Moving does help reduce the clutter. The Germans have a saying that 3 moves equals 1 fire. We've been in our current house now for nearly 20 years. It has been difficult to let go of some of the physical "stuff".

    If you like reading about such things, I'm a guest writer for an on-line magazine called Live in the Philippines. I comment under Cordillera Cowboy, but my articles are under my real name, Pete McKee. Live in the Philippines —You should be able to search my name and turn up my older articles.

    I also keep a travel blog, Random Notes From the Road. You should be able to access it from my horse blog.
  4. HagonNag
    09-16-2014 03:00 PM - permalink
    How close are you to relocating? My husband and I are retired and loving it. We often wonder how we ever found time to work! New beginnings are always exciting. My husband was in the Navy and then a corporate fixer and I always enjoyed moving even though my friends thought I was crazy. I like sorting and organizing, planning and packing and when you move often enough it really keeps down the clutter! LOL Hope your move goes easily and the new place becomes "home" quickly.
  5. HagonNag
    07-29-2014 12:19 PM - permalink
    Thank you for the "like" on my comment about non-problem horses. I've been poking around and reading your blog. I like it a lot!

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  • About Cordillera Cowboy
    Back and forth between Virginia and Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines
    raising and working cattle, trail riding, agritourism, ecotourism
    US Army, Retired
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    "Everything I know about a horse, I learned through the cantleboard of a saddle." Will James


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