Dastacy, welcome to our thread. I have used Base Camp before but I mostly use EveryTrail. It does show elevations.
Dawn, so sorry about Dreams and will be praying for her complete recovery. It is amazing what horses can do to hurt themselves and yet heal from it. My friends Arabian mare that I think Dreams looks so much like really hurt herself early this year. She spraddle split her back legs and couldn't get up for more than 45 minutes. She really hurt herself pretty dang badly but weekend before last Lee Ann ran a 30 mile race on her and she did just fine aside from slicing her heel bulb.
Drifting Shadow glad he wasn't hurt worse. He sounds like a little pill for sure.
I was able to ride yesterday and today. Biscuit has just been a little angel which has been a blessing to me.
I have been back and forth everyday to Houston. I went yesterday after riding. I didn't go today though. Going in the morning at 5:30 AM to see Mom and her doctors and Barry has an appointment at 10:00 with a doctor. It has been confirmed that my mother has pancreatic cancer. She has been having hallucinations and yet at times was lucid. She had a tube in her stomach to remove bile and she had a Pic line and a intravenous feeding tube. I hate seeing my darling mother in this condition. She did get the tube out of her nose the other day and she was thrilled. I spent the night in her room with her Monday night and she got out of bed at 7:00 Tuesday and slid down onto the floor. I fell asleep for just a second and so did the sitter. OMG I nearly had a cow. I lifted her off the floor and onto the bed. She is being moved to a rehab facility for a few weeks to get her stable to be able to have chemo if she chooses. My uncle is being moved to the same facility. It has been a rough go for all of us.
I really appreciate the thoughts and prayers for my family. It is so nice to have my fellow trail riders care about what is going on in my life.
Biscuit and Sarge can make me feel so much better just by running to me when I call them from the gate at night after coming in late from Houston. Nothing like 2000 lbs of horseflesh galloping towards you! I generally stop to see them either when I am leaving for or returning from Houston.
I enjoyed keeping up with everyone's adventures. I will be keeping all of y'all and your horses in my thoughts and prayers. Happy Trails y'all.