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Horsey Wordless Wednesday - Guess Who's Horseback Riding

 

Horsey Wordless Wednesday - Guess Who's Horseback Riding

 

Horsey Wordless Wednesday - Guess Who's Horseback Riding

 

Last week my husband took vacation time from work.  The weather during that week was perfect.  My husband and I decided to take advantage of the ideal riding weather to go trail riding.  We rented a couple of horses and rode the wooded trails for a nice relaxing ride.  My husband enjoyed it!  He loved it so much, he wants to do it again.  He even went to the extreme of stating that he wants a horse of his own.  I think we will hold off on getting another horse, though, and see how it goes with time.  After all, they are a lot of work.

 

Brigita McKelvie is a REALTOR®  (Pennsylvania License #RS297130) with Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, specializing in rural and horse properties and farms in Eastern Pennsylvania.  She has an e-Pro® (Certified Internet Expert) certification and a GRI (Graduate, REALTOR® Institute) designation.  

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Comment balloon 12 commentsBrigita McKelvie, Associate Broker • September 02 2015 04:38AM

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Good morning Brigita. Nice shot of your husband and his trail partner. Keep us posted.

Posted by Sheila Anderson, The Real Estate Whisperer Who Listens 732-715-1133 (Referral Group Incorporated) about 2 years ago

Good morning, Sheila!

Thanks.  He was definitely all smiles and liked his mount.

Brigita

 

Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) about 2 years ago

Good Wednesday morning Brigita McKelvie -

I'm glad you guys enjoyed your time on the trails.  My knees won't allow me to ride anymore.

Posted by John McCormack, AlbuquerqueHomes.com, Albuquerque Homes Realty (Albuquerque Homes Realty * www.AlbuquerqueHomes.com) about 2 years ago

Good morning, John!

Maybe you could take up driving.  It is just as enjoyable and you get to spend time out in nature.  

Brigita

Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) about 2 years ago

They are a ton of work I am sure but the payoff is always there too !

Posted by Kristin Johnston - REALTOR®, Giving Back With Each Home Sold! (RE/MAX Realty Center ) about 2 years ago

Looks like he is right at home, what a wonderful picture!  I have not been on a horse since I was a kid at my Grandfather's farm.

Posted by Brian England, MBA, GRI, REALTOR® Real Estate in East Valley AZ (Arizona Focus Realty) about 2 years ago

Kristin,

I personally do not consider it work and well worth it.   I just don't want to put the work into it if noone will be working with it.

Brigita

Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) about 2 years ago

Brian,

Ahhhhh,the memories.  Hubby does look comfortable on that horse.  BTW, he did like the horse he was riding.  

Brigita

Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) about 2 years ago

Brigita, getting a horse sounds a lot more involved that getting a Labradoodle!

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, For Your Home in the Capital (Evers & Company Real Estate, Inc.) about 2 years ago

I always wanted a horse too.  But, then my granddaughter began taking riding lessons several years ago.  She got a good deal on those lessons because she helped clean out the barns etc.  That's when I learned about the work part of owning a horse.

Posted by Myrl Jeffcoat, Greater Sacramento Real Estate Agent (GreatWest Realty) about 2 years ago

Patricia,

It most certainly is.  A horse is on a much larger scale than a dog.

Brigita

Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) about 2 years ago

Myrl,

When my kids asked for a horse of their own, they had to care for my horse part of the time to learn what work was involved in it.  They willingly did it and earned their own horse.  This was a life lesson learned and they are hard working adults now.

Brigita

Posted by Brigita McKelvie, Associate Broker, The Broker with horse sense and no horsing around (Cindy Stys Equestrian and Country Properties, Ltd.) about 2 years ago

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