Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Taking Harold Along on our Memorial Day Riding in Maine

~Susan and Ah-D~Harold, how did you enjoy the Maine spring?  Quite chilly, so no black flies... PERFECT.  Take a look at the white coming in above Ah-D's eyes!  He is now a mature gentleman of 12. By the way, Harold, I had to stick you and Jed into the saddle bags aways down the trail because it was so windy, you were flapping all over the place.


This stone wall was in our way as we wandered through the woods.  I say wander, but that implies sauntering, and sauntering we were not.  Springtime = friskiness, but my handsome Curly boy behaved himself, nonetheless.  I moved one of the stones in a low spot so we could sneak over to the other side.  :)  Now, if I can only remember exactly where I did this....

We visited the Secret Garden.  I just love that Japenese Maple on the left, don't you?

I set the camera on the picnic table so we could pose in front of the beautiful view.
I haven't had the opportunity to ride with friends much lately, and I am hoping that will change soon.  I have TWO riding dates set up in the near future! 

6 comments:

  1. I love it when you bring Harold along! I think of Harold often when I ride! I love the Secret Garden area always and enjoy the stone wall too. Just keep riding it, you'll see where you took that stone out. :)

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    1. I bet Ah-D will be able to find the right spot on the stone wall!

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  2. Hi Susan,
    Ohhh you have so many beautifull spots to take a picture and take a ride...so jalous.....I promiss you there (ehhh if you want) will be one day for me and cinderella to ride with you!

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  3. I really like the secert garden but fasinated with the rock wall, Thanks so much for the ride Maine is so nice in the spring,, Rainee says I am always flapping by the way and it was a little stuffy in the bag... Thanks so much for the ride, I saddled Diablo for Jed the other day and he had a ball,,, Thanks again

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    1. You were a little wrinkled after you came out of the saddlebag, but other then that, none the worse for wear.

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