There were water falls, not someone hiding getting bucked off.
Have no idea how this could be my first trip to Hidden Falls in Auburn. Well, right. Because Dressaaghe.
Wonderful area, with plenty of hikers and bikers even on a weekday morning. Thrilled I got the opportunity to come here with Valiosa! These pictures, all borrowed – we took no time to take any of our own. And 5 year olds don’t want to wait around.
After the winter rains set in, it greens up like this. Going back, on horse or not!
Somewhere in the middle, it was just too much for Valiosa.
Like a suburb-mom OD’d on pompoms and paisley – she was done with it all. Bolted down the hill almost killing us both among the rocks.
That was about as exciting as it got on our last trail ride with our friends Vivian and Orion. The rest, a piece of cake, and she even went into a shallow part of Folsom lake without having a fit.
Last week we trailered to PEC just to school, so that Orion, who is also only 5 could get a chance to see it before next month’s show. No exciting fun pictures from that trip. Really, how many shots of a horse tied to a trailer can you stand?
This trail ride was SO much better! Thank you Vivian for a great day!!
Sterling Point Staging area at Folsom Lake is great!