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    03-31-2010, 11:32 PM
Pidge: we shall exchange info later lol
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    03-31-2010, 11:37 PM
Green Broke
Hey Pidge and Apps for life, got any room? I'm on the way?
    03-31-2010, 11:40 PM
Of course!!! Scratch would love some trail riding buddys :) I shall add you. And we all need to exchange numbers :) yay Scratch will have some fun with this lol
    04-01-2010, 12:06 AM
Honeysuga...if you mean for the indiana trip...I know I wont...That is if I have to bring both my horses. If I only end up bringing one then yes I can fit two...but all I pull is a little blue stock trailer. It does the job and it has one of those floors that never rots so Im happy lol

So if romeo and bause go...no...if only romeo goes then yes!

As for exchanging info I vote its off to the PM's! Lol someone send me one and ill get it tomorrow...im about to go pass out. Got school and practice plus currently a migraine from hell!!!
    04-01-2010, 12:13 AM
Green Broke
Ok, that's fine, just looking at options, let me know!
    04-01-2010, 05:18 PM
That would be awesome, Indy. PM me your cell number?
    04-01-2010, 08:07 PM
So is there a specific date in mind yet? Just curious...ill be heading off to college around the same time...so if class is in I may be having to miss a day or something lol (doesnt bother me!)

Im going to talk to my mom...im going to tell her its a community trail meet (which it is! Just sounds more planned then "a bunch of us wanna meet up an ride") and that by then ill have plenty of trailer experience and that ill be 18...figure if I can get momma on my side daddy will soon fallow lol

Ill have either a def. No or a maybe by the end of the day lol ill let yall know! I really wanna go!
    04-01-2010, 08:17 PM
Green Broke
Well, are we looking more towards summer, or more towards fall? Around here, august tends to be the most reliable month, weather wise, but it's usually also the hottest month. September can go either way - last year it was still in the high 80's and muggy in September, but the year before that it rained about the whole month. October it "traditionally" the time everyone visits Brown County - people always want to be there when the leaves are changing, it IS beautiful, but again the weather is unpredictable and if we wanted to get in in Oct we would have to book our sites like, NOW. I think if we want to be able to count on the least chance of rain, July/August is going to be our best bet - just be prepared for it to be hot! However, Brown County does have a couple creeks we can cool off in, and there are wash racks in the horseman's camp to hose the horses down as well. Just stock up on tank tops, sunblock and bug spray!
    04-01-2010, 09:19 PM
Grayshell- If I can't find someone to horsepool with, I will have my BO drive me up in the horse van or something, you are on the way or just slightly out of the way, but we might be able to get you in too if you want to help with the cost.
That would be great, just let me know if that happens and we can go from there. And if need be, I have a friend that could drive me a little ways if we wanted to meet somewhere if I am out of your way a bit depending on which way you take. From where I am it is about 2 1/2 hours to the Indiana boarder. Gosh, Deja is a troll when it comes to her feet and she is lazy, but at least she trailers well! PM me if you need anything or if something becomes more definite. Thanks!
    04-01-2010, 10:04 PM
Okay, let's see...

August 28&29th
The last weekend in September (25th&26th) then maybe we can catch some color!

Which works best for ya'll?

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