Sunday, July 18, 2010

Riding Trip

This post is for the fellow bloggers that would like to come riding in the Rockies. These are a few shots of the area we would be camping / riding in. Trust me these pics do not do the area justice .....not even a little bit. This place is called the Galbraith and it really is something, there is a vast riding area that will accomadate all levels of riders and to which degree of challenge one is up for. The camping area is nice with a decent outside toilet and the river runs right alongside the camping area. This is the communal corral it is well made ....good and strong. After riding all day in the mountains most horses do not even test it to see how strong it may be.

I just had to put this one in. This is Sage checking out gophers. We were up at the Guiders camp having a rest and she was keeping herself busy(as usual)This pic is from last year and I didn't get to go with the group this year so I am ready and chomping at the bit to go again. This is truly a beautiful place to go and ride....so if you can.... do not pass up on this chance to catch a little piece of heaven.

14 comments:

Shirley said...

I haven't ridden in the mountains since the YaHa Tinda trip 4 years ago- you think you're chomping at the bit! I think I'll bring some corral panels for Beamer.

Janice said...

I'm not going to let myself get excited until we are actually out there and then I might have to pinch myself to make sure it's for real.Good idea for Beamer, he would be very comfortable with a pen for himself.

fernvalley01 said...

Sounds and looks wonderful. If the rains stops long enough to get the hay up...

Crystal said...

Wow sure looks beautiful up there, can wait. I hear you with the rain to Sheey, we are having rain troubles as well, but another month should be lots of time.

CCC said...

See any bears around there. Looks like bear country. Man, I'm such a prairie girl. Rather wake up with a rattlesnake in my sleeping bag than even see a bear.

Me said...

oh I'd love to ride in the rockies... it is such a beautiful place.

Janice said...

Me come along. CCC there is probably a few Grizzlies wandering around out there.....to date haven't heard of anyone having problems with any out there.Wouldn't that make some great pics for you to take home though.For someone who wants to come there are a few extra horses available if you don't want to bring your own, or if you ride and don't have one right now.Get in touch with Shirley over at Ride A Good Horse.

Gail said...

Stunning, breath-taking pictues. I see you also have the surpreme breed of dog.

Wonderful blog and I will return to visit.

Ed said...

Oh man that looks like too much fun, I don't have a passport so I can't go to Canada, how sad is that..:-(

DayPhoto said...

The views are delightful! Wonderful! Thanks for sharing!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Sarah said...

How I wish I could come along. Alas, no passport and no horse to ride. Should the day arrive when I have both, I might have to tag along. Wonder how hard it is to take a horse across the border?

Janice said...

Sarah to bad you don't have a passport because I have the perfect horse for you to ride.

Far Side of Fifty said...

It looks to be a beautiful adventure..you gals all have fun! :)

gtyyup said...

Someday we'll ride up there. We bought our living quarters trailer for just that...at retirement we're loading up two horses and travel and ride all the places we've dreamed about!

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