Tag Archives: adventures
By Patty Wilber We got up in the dark to drive to the Taos Junction Bridge to meet our party (some of the same people we worked trails with over Memorial Day in the Pecos Wilderness) for a day of … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber The Pecos Chapter of the Back Country Horseman camped at the Panchuela Administrative site and rode out from there to work on Windsor Trail 254, Windsor Ridge (271) and Cave Creek (288). Kevin, on foot, (yes, we … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber On Mother’s Day, Jim, Richard and me did a a little 13 mile round-trip jaunt in the Sandia Mountains, almost to South Peak, for Back Country Horsemen. We transported some of the water (there are no good … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber My last hurrah with Rip (at the NM Buckskin/NM Appaloosa show) was fun! (He has been for sale, and he did get sold. He will be moving east as soon as shipping is arranged.) Rip is a … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber I got a six-year-old gelding in that is a little shy/jumpy and seems to be missing some bells and whistles. He has been ridden with no big problems by several people (though there were problems with one … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Springtime with shedding Gette (Sufragette CD) is always fun because we get the Sneak Preview of her summer coat. She is not fully shed, yet, but we can still see how roany her hip is!
By Patty Wilber It has been an exciting week!
By Patty Wilber Last weekend the New Mexico Appaloosa Club put on a Ranch Trail Clinic at the Stanley Cyclone Arena in Stanley, NM. This clinic is the brain child of Kathryn Erikson and is the second one we have … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber We have a gopher snake hibernaculum under the cement apron of our garage, and every April, the gopher snakes come out. The most I have seen coming out in any given year was four, but we don’t … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber We have had a wet winter with above average snow fall, and now Spring is leaking in, wetly as well.