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RE: [RC] treatments in AERC rides--> now idaho - Bob Morris

I live about 60 air miles from Steph and can look out my
living room window and see where she is. Well I cannot quite
see her house but I can see the hills behind where she
lives. If you gat out the atlas and look in Idaho for Oreana
(if it is on the map) That is a very nice area. Far enough
away from the city hustle and bustle but near enough to go
into town once a week, I live on the east side of Boise in a
rather unique spot. A mile from the capitol building but
with direct access from my place to public land to the east
and north.

South West Idaho is an ideal spot. A few endurance riders,
lots of places to ride, good veterinary services, Very
modern hospitals, good schools and wilderness at the door.
Only down side is that to many Californians are moving here
and bringing California with them.

Oh, if you do come here forget the color green. This is the
desert edge, the north side of the Great Basin. We still
fight over water. If you are in the Boise area contact me.

Bob

Bob Morris
Morris Endurance Enterprises
Boise, ID

-----Original Message-----
From: ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
[mailto:ridecamp-owner@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
Tiffany D'Virgilio
Sent: Wednesday, December 17, 2003 5:20 PM
To: steph@xxxxxxxxxxxxx; ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [RC] treatments in AERC rides--> now idaho


on 12/17/03 3:19 PM, Steph Teeter at steph@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
wrote:

The Coeur d'Alene area is BEAUTIFUL! But not the best
horse country. The
winter's are pretty long but not excessively cold, plenty
of snow and rain
and gray skies, but not really really cold like you find
east of the
Rockies. Summers are too short for me, we moved from that
area down to
Southwest Idaho for longer riding season, more sunshine,
more trails, better
outdoor country and much more horsey. There are logging
roads to ride on in
N. Idaho, and some trails - but the trails take a lot of
work because they
get overgrown quickly.

Culture, restaurants - yes. Bugs, not too bad. Boating,
hiking, yes.
Beautiful green scenery yes. Ride all year? no.

Thanks for the info. Can you name a few cities in SW Idaho
that I could
check out. I expect we will try to come up and take a look
see in the
spring.
Thanks, Tiffany


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