We hadn't went very far when we came upon this and it took my breath away.
I found a nice colored tree to take her picture by! She owns a beautiful Arabian cross that she trained herself from a baby and her name is Calamitty. Calamitty is not marish that I've ever seen. Cat is the friend in the previous post who told me I need to do the trail challenges with Corky. She really likes Corky. She's also the vet tech for the vet who tried to help Rocky. So our friendship has grown by chance, much like alot of my horse friends! But I digress! Here's Cat's and Calamitty's picture!
At this point, Cat took me around a gate and we started down a single track trail. After a bit we came to sign like what is at ski trails for their maps! It suddenly dawned on me that we were on the back side of the Algonquin Ski Trail. My mouth fell open and I said, "Cat, this ski trail is 8 miles long!" I couldn't believe the gold mine I had just found. I didn't know I could hit that ski trail from the back side and have thought about riding it, but it's inside the city limits of Sault Ste. Marie and unloading a horse is dangerous to me because the parking lot isn't open in the warm months. Hot dog! Boy, do we trails now! We continued down them for a bit. Cat's sense of direction isn't good, so she was glad I could read the map.