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Hey Guys,

So I'm home. We both got home saftly. Chinga loaded and unloaded, perfectly! Every singal time. Excellent riding, and I will upload my diary and I will post a link to it. So here are some horsie/un-horsie pictures..






First day riding out at Longford..


The Crew!


My Sister


Me! The tyre swing always been a tradition.. .
 

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Deisle Jumping The Fence:



My Girl Angie:



Angie Jumping The Fence - I love this dog :



Me -- Early Morning -- Preparing To Drench Sheep, it was freezing cold:


Sheep/Rams:






We went on a trip over to our other property:

Cow:


The rest of the herd:





Giant Hill - I rode down that!


The River I rode to with Kevin



Some more cows :)
 

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Hmm .. Longford Stud!







Two Calfs!



Maddy and I from when we went over to the other property.



Moo! Moo!



Oh Pretty! :) I like cows.

 

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Our Main Bull :) Love this guy.



Bulls! (Cream -- Bright Eyes, Brown/White - Bora Bora)



Milo -- Maddy and I made Milo's



Tired Pony -- 25 km ride!



Silly Pony!



My Dog, Mia!







Laying down, baby boy!
 

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Sheep we rounded up!


Heading home :)


Nutcase dog :)


Chinga :)





Sheep!



Sheepie sore :( -- All fixed :)



Tired poneh!


 

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Longford!


Lauren and I



Riding About




Sheep.



Babyy




Mia


Lazy Boy



Sheep



Pony



Playing
 

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Mia and I - She loves to stick her head out the window.





Home!






Getting his teeth done



Bath after our 25km ride.


Kevin and Bob Cat who I rode with for 25 km!



Cooling off after our 25km ride. With Kevin, Chinga hates water. But he loved it :) At some points it was up to my knees.



Playing on the giant hills!
 

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Looks like so much funn :) But why are the sheep dogs wearing muzzles?
Because they are also worked with cows and they can nip at the back of the cows legs, but we do not want them doing it to sheep. :)
 

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Wow! Thanks for sharing your trip. I love seeing different parts of Australia. What a beautiful country. It looks like you and your family had such a wonderful time. Do you go there a few times a year or just once? It was great you could take Chinga with you.
 
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