Wolf Creek as your "home mountain"

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Re: Wolf Creek as your "home mountain"

Postby EMSC » Tue Apr 04, 2017 9:26 am

Marc_C wrote:Just like mandatory dog ownership in Boulder.


Ahhh, but there is no dog ownership in Boulder; you are merely the dog's guardian (look it up, that's the law for City of Boulder). 20 square miles surrounded by reality.
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Postby snowave » Tue Apr 04, 2017 9:40 am

Marc_C wrote:
ShiftyRider wrote:Wassup with the horses? They live a long time FWIW...

They're a requirement in Pagosa Springs.
Just like mandatory dog ownership in Boulder.



we were talking to someone yesterday that told us they herd \:D/ there are more horses than people in Archuleta County. Not sure I believe that (the county is up to ~20k), but there are a lot.

As far as why horses, Shifty... we have 35 acres, and access to National Forest from our ranch. We hope to do some riding into places that my lazy ass normally wouldn't get to. Plus, I've gotten to really enjoy being around them since I moved here.
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