laceyjane

A Veiw Of New Brunswick

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My first time carrying my camera and the trail. With a DSLR it is had to take picture on horseback because one hand needs to be on the reins.

Trails in my area are not as amazing as some of the ones I have seen on this form but I would like to share a small part of New Brunswick. I live in Debec, NB which is and old railroad town. We have a school (which is closing in a couple years), fire department, post office, general store, and animal shelter. Our railroads have been turned into public trails.

While onto the pictures.

Getting Lacey ready to go for a ride.

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The trail

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The beavers are damming the culverts.

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Another dam

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more coming

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I did not drag her across, I put a lead rope around her neck and lead her across. She rode across it perfectly on the way back.

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And some of the smaller trails home

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More coming

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Trails in my area are not as amazing as some of the ones I have seen on this form but I would like to share a small part of New Brunswick.

OMG, you are crazy. That is amazingly beautiful country you are riding in!! So lush and green, you have no idea how jealous I am. Where I am I would have to trailer about 45 minutes to ride in a State Park that to be honest, isn't so pretty.

Thank you for sharing your beautiful pictures and making me just a little bit envious! :winking:

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I love the green lush look of your pictures. It looks so similar to where I ride! Gorgeous...thank you for sharing :D

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Um yeah I have to agree, that is some really pretty country for riding in. What a wonderful idea turning RR into trails. We have a few in Oregon, but most of those are around Portland and they paved them. [Me Cry] I would love to see more abandoned RR turned into trails. How fun and you could go for miles and miles!

Thanks for sharing your part of the world with us.

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I love the photos of your trails through the trees. Although I love riding in the high desert, trees are in short supply here. It's nice to imagine riding through the trees. I think you have a very nice place to live and ride. "Bloom where you're planted" is my motto. Every place has something unique to offer.

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What great trails you have. My "trails" are mainly the sides of fields. I do have some 4-wheeler trails that I can get to, by going around the fields, but some spot have very low hanging branches so its not always an easy ride. And you have lovely scenery too. Very nice.

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Looks like a wonderful place to trail ride but not to "bushwhack". From the amount of undergrowth it looks like you get a lot of rain there an would be pretty tough to put a horse through a lot of it. Very pretty though.

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How fun and you could go for miles and miles!

You are so right. I have gone for 5 hour rides and still no got anywhere. I have three directions of nice trail that just go and go.

I had some nice wood roads to ride and was every upset when they put in unsafe bridges.

HorsingRound I love the view you get. It is beautiful. Compared to trees and more trees.

Mia'sMom She is a Standardbred. I get her out on this trails, ask her to trot and she flies. If she wants to canter and I hold her back she with pace, and wow it is so nicer then her trot.

Red River Fields, wood roads, and the railroad. As well as lots of places on my own land. The beavers dam my favorite trail that lead to a lake on my land.

spragueme I get this easy trails, as well as some fun trails where you always have to be ducking and pushing branches. My only horse related hospital trip was when I do a tree through my ear.

Grouchy Grizzly she is a good trail horse. What you ask she with do as long as it is natural. Thus she with work her way though tall grass, water holes, and climb ditches and ledge. But I have troble riding her across a bridge.

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