Scoring Serious Wife/Navigator Points

View From The Back Seat

 


Stopped at gas station to check the tie-downs before we get on the highway. Well, the driver checked the safety of his rig. I took the obligatory brag pictures one takes after owning something for less than 10 minutes.


 
655 miles
12H 45min

We found a cart.

In North Carolina.

We tried to find a shipper. No luck.

The easiest way was to get it ourselves.

We considered stopping here. Staying there. Combining trips. No luck.

The easiest way was to get in the truck and go.

We went.

Hardwick Hideout
Teeter-Totter
#TT042
October 15, 2010
Aluminum
Estimated weight 200 lbs. The weight for a cart suitable for a 15.2h horse is advertised as 175 lbs. Bigger horse, heavier cart.
New to us through Country Carriage USA.

Thank you for reading,
Katherine Walcott

Categories: Combined Driving, Horses, Travel

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