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post #1 of 14 Old 09-09-2013, 01:27 AM Thread Starter
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wanna see what some of our trails look like?

this video shows riding in some of the equestrian parks near where I live. its NOT me in the video. that much cantering would wear me out, I am so out of shape. But it's a nice video to show waht it's like to canter on the narrow trails between the big trees.


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post #2 of 14 Old 09-09-2013, 07:56 AM
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Good video! Thanks for posting that. I like the gelding the gentleman is riding.

Middle daughter and I are saving up for a trip to the Pacific northwest next fall. Neither of us have been. But, she has a sun sensitivity which makes like in WY a bit tough, having to limit her outdoor time. Living in a cloudier area would make sense for her, so she wants to check it out. And I would just like to see forests and the vegetation that grows in a climate like that. Hoping to hike some coastal areas.
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post #3 of 14 Old 09-09-2013, 09:50 AM
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Gorgeous! Just getting home from a 5-day birthday vacation in Seattle. I had really wanted to find a day trip riding, but my husband wasn't up for it this trip. Sometimes he's game to do that sort if thing with me, but not this time, and I didn't really want to go by myself...

We did at least take in some beautiful sights just walking trails in Seattle public parks (Seward Park stands out). We have gorgeous forests and mountains in New England too, but it's amazing how stunningly different forests and mountains were out in th NW.
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OMG, that looks like so much fun!!!
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post #5 of 14 Old 09-12-2013, 11:57 AM
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very nice

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I galloped for the first time over the weekend on a trail ride. I was so scared and nervous all at the same time. It was a wonderful feeling. I hung on to that horn as tight as I could and within 5 min's my hands were in the air screaming YAHOO. lol
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So jealous, not only for the trail ride but I love that kind of weather!!
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post #8 of 14 Old 09-12-2013, 12:48 PM
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Such pretty trails! Jealous!
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Good video! Thanks for posting that. I like the gelding the gentleman is riding.

Middle daughter and I are saving up for a trip to the Pacific northwest next fall. Neither of us have been. But, she has a sun sensitivity which makes like in WY a bit tough, having to limit her outdoor time. Living in a cloudier area would make sense for her, so she wants to check it out. And I would just like to see forests and the vegetation that grows in a climate like that. Hoping to hike some coastal areas.

should you find yourself in Seattle, look me up! I"d love to meet you and show you around a bit.
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that is pretty. But I rarely galloped trails, and would not do so on a muddy trail.. I also dont like being crowded on a trail ride.
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