>>244534>where on horseback
Well, I rode horseback into the trailheads above North Lake in the Sierras, just a one-day round trip but we got as far in as we did on the same route in two days backpacking (one way on a five-day trip) pretty much, and another time I had a few hours tour into the deserts out of San Bernardino with some stupid girl I met on the internet just for something to do when I dropped in on her (useless gold-digger, dropped that one like a hot potato).
I've ridden a couple other times but can't remember off hand? Maybe didn't and just wish I did, so wow probly just the two times. I did live with some nearby neighbors that had horses while we were tending the landlord's livestock, and I had quite a bit of contact with them and other situations in cotact with them so I do kinda know horses a little bit. Used to feed a stray mule that hung out in a field near me, that sorta thing. I grew up in rural areas so it's not like I don't know what I'd be getting into.
I just really, really love horses and it's not like I haven't had mammals and birds and fish my whole life so....aside from the crazy expense of having them in places where you'd need to pay just to keep em, I think I'd be able to take care of one or two ok. It'd be really fun to have a couple of em.
I suspect that in the area around the gf's new house there should be places within a horseback ride to keep em, could probably setup enough of a stall at the house to keep it at home overnight some days too. I dunno, on satellite it looks like there is plenty of riding area around, I just don't know if there's any horse culture out there to have cheap infrastructure to have em.
Deb's not a horse person which sucks, so she wouldn't be into riding with me or anything. But, it's all going to depend on whether I am actually successful in the near future to even have the option. But if I do end up with the option, I'm definitely doing it.
what was the question again? I got lost there a little bit.