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Travel Blogs from Cisco
... of motorcyclists that wanted
to come out and meet us. Horses and motorbikes, I'm still not sure on
the connection but nice of them to want to meet us. When we returned
to the camp the heavens opened and the rancher took Pauline and James
to see a historical map he had of the area connected to Charles
Goodnight. It looked like we were in for a wet few days!
miles. Rest day tomorrow, thankfully! After advice from our friendly
rancher that cutting cross country would be more of a hindrance than
a help today we continued to road plod for the route today. When I
say road plod, it is nothing like roads in the UK. Their version of a
country lane is a dirt or chalk track, and their A roads have verges
... back on my horse. It was another long road day but Pauline regularly
checked in which was lovely and provided water for the horses and
cokes for us, mmmmm! James did really well with Nick, but I am
convinced his tapaderos (stirrups that have a stiff leather boot
covering the toes) are not helping him with his riding so I suggested
we find him some normal stirrups for now. Tonight we are on a ranch
day!!! Lisa and I joined Pauline on the errands, we found Dairy Queen
(the Texas version of KFC but ice cream focused) was a great place to
catch up with emails and blogs while Pauline attacked the Laundrette
and then we went on the mission of a Walmart shop. Back at the camp
site, we sorted kit for the next day before whizzing off to the
ranchers house for a heavenly hot shower and burgers and Texas hash
to die for! Now that is how a rest day should be!
... rope over a high thick tree limb and attaching
the lead rope with it using baler twine so the horses could eat
happily all around them without getting caught up in the ropes. The
rancher and his wife came out to visit us and very kindly offered us
a shower and meal at their house in town the next day, whoop whoop!!