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another errands day, with the horses safely penned in with no means
of escape, we all disappeared to the local Dairy Queen so James had a
proper power supply and plenty of refreshments to make a dent in some
of the paperwork for the trip. We also had the suspension of the
truck checked out as it was making funny noises and went on a
... of the road with the one or two cars occasionally and
their highways are the same, just busier. So riding them is not that
bad, just gets boring after a while as you clear one hill to look
down on the road continuing, unending into the distance. The first 10
miles are fine, then next 5 I struggle to stay awake and if we have
to go further then that then ...
... 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!!