Dear Christine, I simply have no words to express how deeply I feel for you. You are in my prayers and thoughts. Please get my personal email address from Sonja, and send me an email so I have your address. I would so like to keep in touch, and hopefully soon, we can meet when Jim and I come to Romulus later on for a visit.
God Bless, and peace be with you.
Warmest regards, Pam
We do not know each other, but through Rick I feel as if I know you. At this very sad time I want express my deepest sympathy at the loss of a very good man. Rick was a huge presence in this world, a most wonderful friend, and I , and my husband Jim, will miss him very much. I feel for your pain..please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers, and so is Rick. Time heals all, but is the passage of time that hurts most until it completes its process. Keep your courage, and take comfort that you have many friends who are wishing you well and peace.
I visited your website and to my surprise I saw that you offer multi-day riding activities at the Phoenix ranch. The set up really looks awesome.
Also enjoyed Rick's point of view regarding riding and training. It has very much in common with what we believe and promote (pls check out my website:http://www.perolchico.com/english/ridingperuvianpaso.html ).
What we do here in Peru is promoting equestrian travel, which is just riding for fun without thinking about mileage, speed or whatever. We meet people from every corner of the world and do not only promote our Peruvian horse but also our beautiful country. On horseback you can get to remote places where no tourist buses arrive. I have the most wonderful job in the world.
You should come one day to visit me and I'll be happy to take you for a ride
Dear Rick & Christine,
I posted a photo on the blog of a horse with his 4 pasterns almost touching the ground. You have to be blind not to see it. When someone commented that this photo says nothing....I realized that I made a mistake with this blog. It leads to nothing and only provokes more polarization between people involved in the breed. I prefer to stick with my horses and my own business again and leave to blogs to more others.