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By Patty Wilber The plan was to meet at Jack’s Creek at 9 am on 7/26 so members of the Pecos Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen could pack an ACE (American Conservation Experience) crew in about nine miles to … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber The Monday forecast predicted a high of 49 F early in the day, with rain in the afternoon and snow in the evening, followed by cold and snow Tuesday and Wednesday, so I figured I better ride … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Tuesday, January third, was supposed to be the start of my riding outside horses again, but the weather thought something else.
By Patty Wilber I did a bad job of picture taking this week and last, but I did get a snap of the creek that ran across the property on the two inch rain day last week!
By Patty Wilber The monsoon season officially runs from June 15th to Sept. 30th in New Mexico. I was under the mistaken impression that the start was July 4th…
By Patty Wilber The Pecos Chapter of the Back Country Horsemen finally got a trail project under its belt last weekend. We had been shut out of forests, along with everyone else, because of the very dry conditions and the … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber About an hour eastish from Wagon Mound, NM, is a little (6 sites) campground on the rim of Mills Canyon, above the Canadian River. It is about six miles in on a gravel road. It is in … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber May was a little crazy with our gone every weekend (Delaware, Hawaii, Horse Show, Illinois) schedule. This week, we are getting back to “normal”.
By Patty Wilber In these days of electronic everything, my indefatigable amigas and I did a 10+ mile ride based on written directions. I wanted to say “based solely on written directions”, but we are not total risk takers. We … Continue reading
By Patty Wilber Last Friday, Deets went home for the weekend, and Gette came home for the weekend. What fun to have her here! On Sunday, before she went back to Christy’s, we took her for a beer run.