Travel Blogs from Breckenridge
... and different things like about animals and Texan culture, we had our horse ride booked in for 1330 so we had a quick lunch and headed back to the ranch, here we met our rancher jay, who had a very thick accent, he was very kind and told us a lot about the country local wildlife and culture. We rode horses one named rocket (Emma's) and one named wildfire (Sam's) this was a much nicer experience then the day we got engaged and Emma fell off, we need a rocket back in singleton :) lol ...
We woke up early this morning and departed Las Vegas, we flew for 2 hours and 15 mins to Dallas Fort Worth airport and we picked up the rental car a white ford focus with Oklahoma number plates :) Sam drove the car with ease as a left hand driver and I managed the GPS which had all measurements in miles, after 2 and ...
100 miles down! Today was another day of ponying, it really hurts
after awhile as you sit twisted in the saddle without realising and
if the pony suddenly stops, your shoulder is wrenched from its
socket! The ride was a long one, Lisa started looking very pale at
one point so she swapped with James ...
... told us that
the support truck had got a split tyre so they had had to unload the
whole thing to change it. So Lisa and I plodded on and several miles
later James and Pauline caught up with us to check in before going
ahead to sort the next camp-site. It was a shorter day today which
was nice, ponying (leading) Nick went very smoothly, even when a
factory building went by on a trailer ...
... a ride on Nick (who had
been delivered the night before) and Lizard and then took the boys
for a bareback ride in the creek. They were not too sure to begin
with but soon got the hang of it and water was flying everywhere. In
the afternoon, Lisa, Pauline and I took a road trip to see how Gent
and Dancer were doing and popped into the Mayor's ranch on the way
back to look for James's ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed