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Last Month’s What’s This?

Cariboo Chatter cont’d Some more dates for your calendar are: June 13-14: Annual Fun and Frolic Spring Schooling Show (100 Mile House) June 28: Outriders Gymkhana (Outriders arena, 100 Mile House) July 1: Canada Day Celebration, a great day of family entertainment (108 Heritage Site, 108 Mile Ranch) July 11: Watch Lake/Green Lake Gymkhana July 17-19: Cariboo Trails CDE and Driving Ellen Hockley navigates through “Huber Town” Clinic at Huber Farm (70 Mile House) at last year’s Cariboo Trails CDE. July 17-19: Dressage Clinic at Skookumhorse Ranch (Clinton) July 24-26: Cariboo Turn ‘n’ Burn Barrel Racing (Outriders arena, 100 Mile House) August 8: Watch Lake/Green Lake Gymkhana Check out the websites and or contact Joanne at for more information on the Cariboo Plateau Competitive Trail Ride (CTR) which will be held August 8 at the Hills Health Ranch at 108 Mile House. This year, this event will include a 50-mile endurance ride! This will be the first time on the mainland that a CTR and an endurance event will be held on the same day at the same location. The CTR will include a level one distance (approximately 18 miles) and a level two (approximately 28 miles). Entries for each event will be capped at 25 (total of 50 riders).

The April issue’s item is owned by John Maxwell of Green Lake. It’s a fireplace screen; it folds up when not in use (as in the April photo) and is simply unfolded when the fire is lit. Note the shape, as older fireplaces often were built with rounded tops. We had no correct answers at press time. For the March issue’s item, the Dry Plates, there were a few correct answers that didn’t make it to print: Les Skinner, Kamloops BC Ryan Chapman, Kamloops BC Walter Furlong, Sherwood Park, AB


If you have any Cariboo Chatter that you would like included please email Mark at and put “Cariboo Chatter” in the subject line.

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Shirley Bradbury and her 4-up made super time as they navigated the Lollipops at last year’s Cariboo Trails CDE.

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The correct answer will be printed in the next issue. What’s your guess? Post your guess on Saddle Up magazine’s Facebook page. The correct answers will be printed in the next issue and acknowledged on Facebook. This month’s item comes from the Meadow Springs Museum and should be an easier one. It’s about 2 inches high and 1¼ inches in diameter. A clue: it’s not as old as the March issue’s item. Good luck! Post your guess on our Facebook page or email Mark at msprings@ and put “What’s This?” in the subject line. Send us your full name, city and province please. • 33

Saddle Up May 2015  
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