Exploring paths less traveled
I think Steve got confused about which way to sit on Boss. ;)
Looks like it was a lovely ride, I enjoyed seeing the butterflies, the elk, and Steve waiting with Boss. :)
I wonder how many miles you've put on in those hills. Such a joy riding every day.
I think I'd be slow on the hills, too;-)
Hi Janie, Great rides (I checked the last 2-3 posts which I had missed)... Where was Daisy on this one??? Love seeing the elk --but they really don't stick around to 'meet and greet', do they? Sorry the snow stopped you --but that's a good excuse to go back..HugsBetsy
Steve and Boss are too funny. I've been on dude ranch rides where the leader sits backward the whole way just yacking up a storm. Of course the horse knows the route very well.
Many signs are misspelled in Africa! That blue butterfly looks gossamer, like it's part of a piece of jewelry. Now THAT is a man's definite show of impatience, lol! I love that Boss just continues to graze. Like Betsy I have to ask as well: where is Daisy? Have a great weekend. Jo
Wonderful panorams and all those butterflies are spectacular. One dumb question though is riding up mountains backwards kinda dangerous?.... :)
Looks like Boss could make one heck of an endurance horse!
Steve waiting on Boss--too funny.
Well, I laughed out loud when I saw Steve on Boss!
Steve is looking like a trick rider! Where is Daisy? Beautiful views!
Lovely photographs. I truly enjoy the rare and beautiful pics you capture during your horseback adventures.
I think I would like some fresh mountain air today. That blue butterfly is so perfect, it hardly looks real.
So funny seeing Steve sitting backwards!Love seeing all the different butterflies that you encounter; so different from ours here!
Gotta love the elk herd and the springtime snow patches!
The photo of Steve is hilarious, Janie. Thanks for sharing another great trail ride.
Great pics!! Thanks for taking us along your trip.
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