I wish I could, except town is 50 miles away...where the work is anyway. Don't think Fancy would enjoy that commute. One lady was on the news a couple weeks ago, she parked her diesel dually and is riding her horse to work. It's only 4 miles, though. We may all be back to horse and buggy before too long. Hope things are going well for you.
Roxanne, I didn't even know you got back with me, Your slide show is wonderful. Your horse is beautiful. I have a red roan paint and would love to find a black quarter horse to breed her with. She didn't take last time I tried a couple years ago. She miscarried. The vet could not wait to see what she produced. Anyway, yeah, right now she's a big yard pet. I will clean her up and take a picture of her and post it on my page. I really need to start riding again. I just have no one to ride with. We live out in the boonies on a dirt road, and it used to safe to ride, but now people just drive too fast and it scares me because of the curves and hills. I was doing my walk a couple weeks ago and two ladies out riding stopped me and said I could ride with them. I told them that would be great as soon as I got her used to the road again. I live in the Cowboy Capital of the World and people still tie up their horses on main street. It's wonderful. I want you as my friend too.
You look like you are lovin' life, and I want you as one of my friends! I'm very new to this site--first day on. Your pictures are beautiful, and when I get to Cancun in June for my wedding, I'll definitely try to ride the horses on the beach. I can't wait.
Add me with the rest of those who saw the picture of you with the horse and just had to check out your page. I just love the picture and have enjoyed looking at you slide show as well!!
My daughter is 14 and goes weekly to a place where they do therapeutic horseback riding. She'll be competing in her first show at the end of May, probably just in one event. Not sure what at this point. Maybe equitation? She has learning and behavior issues and she just shines on the horse. They said she was a natural on the horse from the very first ride. We're hoping that some day some maturity will kick in and she'll be able to have her own horse.
This really is a great place to meet people and make new friends. I hope you're finding that to be so.
Hi Roxanne, my name is Shannon. I have a horse also. I live in the Hill Country of Texas in a town called Bandera, a/k/a Cowboy Capital of the world. I have a beautiful paint that I haven't ridden in 4 years...can you believe it? I'm so ashamed. There just seems to be a lot to do around the property and fixing up our house when I'm not working. I'm horrible at managing my time and need to do better. One of my fears of riding again is that I've forgotten how to saddle her up and put the bridle on. Stupid, huh? You sound a lot like me when I was younger.