Well Ray he will be paying for the Peroni so you should give a little don't ya think?
Lots of horses here in Texas for sure so I guess we could round up a suitable mount. We have afew mules down the road used for packing gear and I have a big paint mare that will go at a nice easy gait for a man of your age
Otherwise you could break out a few of my younger boys just for fun
There is an authentic wild west outfitter in town where you can buy guns, chaps, saddle bags and spurs. I'd not recommend spurs for the young boys just yet though
All kidding aside a nice trail ride should be planned for the Hill Country Natural State Park a great place to ride. You know Ray RIDE... as in actually get on an Arabian... wow
I know you ride Ray but some others have never been on the back of an Arabian.... (must be a long lost art
Hill Country State Parks
Courtesy Bandera CVB
Considered one of the most beautiful areas of Texas, The Texas Hill Country Regions comes alive with rolling hills wildflowers, lakes and streams. The Hill Country is home to Wild game, dude ranches, honkytonks and everything cowboy. Located in the center of the state, the Texas Hill Country is just down the road no matter where you are in the state. This is a must see region of Texas.
And Ray... we can provide a few (hundred) glimpses of exotic deer, buffalo and a some sidewinders (the snake variety) not human but I'm sure both reside out here in the wilds
And just last week a hive of African honey bees stopped just outside our house for refreshments. The Texas Agriculture man said leave them alone (duh... as if I was going to disturb them
) and they will leave. He said they were just looking for a home. I said to him, what if they like our Peroni and Salsa and his droll reply was "I'm sure they will leave in a few days... that is unless your tree has a hole in it".
Needless to say we rushed out to make sure that this particular tree and all other trees on the property did not have hive making holes!!!
Sure enough after 3 days of us quietly moving around them they swarmed off to who knows where?
Here is the picture I took of the happy group resting in the tree by my back door
Kinda makes that Candian thistle look harmless, doesn't it
But they're gone now Ray so its safe to come on down