There are OVER 350 subscribers to the Local Resource Network listserv!! You can see a digest of list messages in threaded format on the listserv website: http://lists.valley.net/lists/arc/LRN. ALSO VISIT the LRN Website at: http://localresourcenetwork.org/index.html Please DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE To post to the listserv just send a NEW message to LRN@lists.valley.net --------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm looking for a riding buddy for short rides along and around Copper Mine Road this fall. A riding ring is also available. I'd be willing to share my horse with a good rider (when I'm there, this is not a free lease offer). There also is a nice little Morgan mare who is available. So we could take short trail rides or do ring work together. For either horse, you need to be able to post and canter with confidence. I'm not thinking long trail rides or anything complicated. Just quick afternoon rides in a pretty area. Adult riders only. It's okay to be rusty. These are easy horses but they are not for rank beginners. No lessons, no charge, no kids. I'd just like some company because I don't think it's completely safe to ride alone in such a remote area, no matter how bomb-proof your horse is. If you're interested, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 439-5696. ____________________________________________________________ You received this message as a subscriber on the list: LRN@lists.valley.net Do not reply to messages you receive from the group. Your reply will not be delivered to the list. Instead, create a new message and put the LRN@lists.valley.net address in the TO field. To subscribe to the list, someone just needs to send any message to: email@example.com To be removed from the list, send any message to: firstname.lastname@example.org For the list homepage with posting guidelines and instructions for changing your subscription options, visit http://lists.valley.net/lists/info/LRN. The archives with all previous messages posted to this list can be found at http://lists.valley.net/lists/arc/LRN. This discussion list is provided at no cost as a community service by ValleyNet, a non-profit organization. Visit http://www.valley.net for more information on this community organization.