Monday, July 5, 2010


Being that we are from the suburbs, none of us have had much exposure to horses. Sure, there's been the occasional birthday party or walk around the loop at Brown County State Park, but nothing like a few hours a day riding. These horses are taking us places that we couldn't get to by foot and that are rarely seen. We've each had our exciting moments which we've now lived to tell, but overall it's been incredible.

Tim, the ranch owner, has been our teacher and guide. He has the quiet strength that gives him command over these animals. He really knows them each not only by name, but by personality. We are all learning a lot about trusting the horse and taking charge without being afraid. I think that I'm really going to miss riding when we get home.

Miriam on Dollar

Hannah taking a wade with Murray

My jeans

Betsy and Stretch

Trying to line up for a photo. Check out that view!

Lydia and Geranimo

Me and Popcorn


Heather L. said...

It makes me so happy to see you all having so much fun and enjoying creation!!!! Can't wait to hear all about it. I bet the kids LOVE it! I see you are staying warm in your sweatshirts while we are roasting in 90 degree weather. :)

SarahR said...

That looks like so much fun! When I went on a mission trip to Montana in high school we rode horses and it was beautiful!

Aaron Tague said...

I like that you all wear cowboy hats as you ride ;) It looks absolutely amazing in Wyoming! Enjoy your time and get some much deserved R&R!

jennie said...

So glad that you all are having a great time! Talk to you when you get home.

Cindy-Still His Girl said...

YEAH!!! Can't wait to hear all about it!!

I love that you got Popcorn...remember our nights and days and nights and days of only popcorn? :)