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        08-28-2008, 03:37 PM
      #11
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    I mostly ride besides a river and a lake. Reaaally pretty when everything is covered in snow. :)
    Well, the only animals ive seen are other horses while beeing ridden, a cat and 2 geese
         
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        08-28-2008, 04:01 PM
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    Originally Posted by Pinto Pony
    I live on a dead end street so we just ride about 300m down the road and trails! We see all sorts of birds, kangaroos, rabbits, foxes and sometimes other rides!

    Here are some pics from one of the trails at the end of my street
    http://pintopony.piczo.com/otherside...linkvar=000044
    Keep scrolling for the trail ride pics, there are roos!
    http://pintopony.piczo.com/tuesdaytr...linkvar=000044


    And here are some pics from a trail ride about 1/2 hour drive at a National Park. We saw more kangaroos here too!
    http://pintopony.piczo.com/scheyvill...linkvar=000044

    I really enjoyed your photos, thanks for posting them. I just have a couple of ??. Are the squiggly looking trees gum trees? The red flowers look like tulips are they and of so do they just grow wild? Are you American or Aussie? That's it

    Everyone has great places to ride. Makes riding so much more fun to get out in the wild, wide open.
    I think I've posted photos of our home trails. We usually see lots of wild turkey, quail, deer, coyote, occasional bobcat, hawks, turkey vultures, owls, and various tweety birds. Of course lots of cattle and certain times of the year an abundance of native wild flowers that I am always called upon to identify.
         
        08-28-2008, 07:24 PM
      #13
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Vidaloco
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Pinto Pony
    I live on a dead end street so we just ride about 300m down the road and trails! We see all sorts of birds, kangaroos, rabbits, foxes and sometimes other rides!

    Here are some pics from one of the trails at the end of my street
    http://pintopony.piczo.com/otherside...linkvar=000044
    Keep scrolling for the trail ride pics, there are roos!
    http://pintopony.piczo.com/tuesdaytr...linkvar=000044


    And here are some pics from a trail ride about 1/2 hour drive at a National Park. We saw more kangaroos here too!
    http://pintopony.piczo.com/scheyvill...linkvar=000044

    I really enjoyed your photos, thanks for posting them. I just have a couple of ??. Are the squiggly looking trees gum trees? The red flowers look like tulips are they and of so do they just grow wild? Are you American or Aussie? That's it

    Everyone has great places to ride. Makes riding so much more fun to get out in the wild, wide open.
    I think I've posted photos of our home trails. We usually see lots of wild turkey, quail, deer, coyote, occasional bobcat, hawks, turkey vultures, owls, and various tweety birds. Of course lots of cattle and certain times of the year an abundance of native wild flowers that I am always called upon to identify.
    Yes there are soooo many gum trees in the bush. We even have eucalyptus called Squiggly Gum because they have these little brown squiggles over the pale bark. There is also a lot of paperbark which can be a bit squiggly looking too. This has bushy sort of foliage on it.

    The red flowers are definitely not tulips, we have enough trouble trying to grow them in controlled conditions at home! They are an Aussie native but I have tried searching for them to no avail, maybe tonight I will try again.

    And I am an Australian married to an American, just waiting for my immigration VISA :(


    Now I just wanted to say...
    Painted Horse, I LOVE your pics. It is an amazing area where you ride.
    And Bitless I would love to have a beach to ride near, so jealous.
         
        08-29-2008, 01:02 AM
      #14
    Yearling
    Parkerhorse, I'm in Utah. We ride the high country during the warmer months and the deserts of Southern Utah during the colder months,











         
        08-29-2008, 11:00 AM
      #15
    Foal
    Oh wow you gus go trai riding is some beautiful places!! I can't wait till I get to go riding in some places as pretty as thoes!
         
        08-29-2008, 11:45 AM
      #16
    Weanling
    Wow they are beautiful places to trail ride

    Man I need to take a trail ride vacation
         

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