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... for "fakeoff"
The seven hour flight is relatively uneventful other than Rob Roy can't wait for the beach making her rounds with elbows high and fake smiles firing off volleys of turkey buns to appease the restless. They did compliment the two hundred plus with a free beverage, dinner and a roll. We arrive in Lima after an eighteen hour grunt from Calgary at 1:15am. Our pick-up is waiting at the exit with his " Mr. Creestopher Hanseen" sign, a welcome sight. ...
Yesterday, I tried to fix my stay at a guest ranch in the Texas Hill Country. However, the ranch of my choice is closed for a week due to a family wedding. I have checked for alternatives, but I either do not like the ranch or it is way too expensive. Therefore, I will jump on a horse in New Mexico or Arizona. Naturewise I will like those states better anyways.
So, this forenoon I will hop in a bus to San Antonio. Jan 29th in the evening, I will fly to El Paso.
Oh my goodness! What a night! 8 girls in 1 room coming and going at any time of the night. Making loud noises, putting the light on, snorring crazy, clogging the toilet, jumping around in the upper bunk, very limited respect. Under these circumstances I had my difficulties catching sleep. Am I getting too old for a dorm?
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... stop or calm down one little bit! We were preying it would stop for us to go out, it's typical the only time we are in the middle of nowhere and can't hide from it if it does decide to start raining and we have an inch or so of it! Anyways, lucky us it calmed down, we went and chose our helmets, they stunk of sweat and damp and they were wet. Good job they were providing free bandanas for us, we put them over our hair for us to not smell as bad on the bus going back! The trail was ...
... finally mutton busting.
Barrell racing was a timed (and technique based) event - the horsewoman was to race her horse around three barrels as fast as possible. One horse stumbled to it's knees but picked up and kept going, a couple knocked over barrels but all of them had great times.
Wagon racing was in two heats, with three wagons each drawn by four horses around the arena. It really came down to placement on the track as each group were so fast. ...