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In the Saddle Again

3 Señores Stables


[Once again let me remind you that you can click on any picture that might interest you in order to see a larger version. A later take on this day is also available here.]




The boss, Mauricio Magaña.

And my man, Gaspar, the stable boy.

The old caballero up on “The Sheriff.”

Mariana getting her final briefing.

Adrian, her cousin who is visiting without his boots with him, but ready to go.

I am up and waiting . . .

. . . on my beloved Eleanor. Or is it Elinor? “Eleanor, gee, I think you’re swell.” Wasn’t that The Turtles?



Okay. We have that out of the way now.


The little Casqueros Chapel rebuilt in the 1600’s on the original site of the city. The city was founded here in the 1530’s, twenty years after Cortés first slaughtered and enslaved the Aztecs. The city was later relocated to the current site where there happened to be water. This location is remote, basically only accessible on foot or on horse. There are many here, gringo and Mexican, who have never seen it. Rick saw it today.


Rick riding drag for a time.


Rick, with his trusty coffee cup as usual.
Rick and Mauricio got on quite well.



Break time . . .


. . . with new friends.


On the home stretch I think Rick was giving his ass a little break.

A little more than three hours.


6 Responses to “In the Saddle Again”

  1. Deb

    Is it acceptable to call "cowboys" adorable? I suppose I should say macho.I'm thinking the older caballeros held their own with the young pups and looked darned fine doing it.Fun day!

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  2. Brassawe

    Mauricio Magaña is my kinda guy. He gave us a terrific ride today. Great raconteur. Great personality. A man's man.

    Reply
  3. 3senores

    Sr. Brassawe: Im so glad to see that you enjoyed our ride. thank you so much, for sharing with your friends. MI casa es su casa!! Plese come visit us more often. There are some broncos that need to go out ! yeeee haaawww!!!!! Mauricio Magana 3senores

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    • StephenBrassawe

      Mauricio, I am so sorry to be slow in replying. Thank you for stopping by here. I shall certainly see you and Gaspar again soon . . . and Eleanor, too, I hope.

      Reply
  4. Mauricio Magaña « The Solipsist

    […] a bit of trivia concerning Mauricio Magaña, the gentleman with whom Rick and I rode out of 3 Señores stables. He is 33 years old and was born here in San Miguel de Allende to a landed family. A great animal […]

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