Echols Dorm: Brick Wall By Side Door
So I figured there were some other people still around who were finishing up exams or need a break. . . I talked to the people at Master’s Inn and looking at their openings and the weather forecast, tomorrow it is, sorry about the short notice! The ride is billed as an Advanced Trail ride, but no experience is necessary. You’ll be in the saddle about two hours, we start at 2pm, and I’ve been assure the horses are all very friendly and easy to manage. The Inn is around an hour’s drive up 29 so we’ll meet at 12:30 at Echols to get organized and give ourselves a little time to spare. We need two more drivers (don’t forget the club will pay for your gas) to volunteer.
Even though we are forecast for beautiful weather 65F, don’t forget to wear long pants (jeans are best) and close-toed shoes. You may also want a jacket since the horse is the one doing most of the work and it can be cool along the trail. Other than that, all you need is yourself and your money: they’ll provide everything else (helmets, horses, saddles…)!
We will definitely have you back in town by 5:30pm.