Monday, June 15, 2009

Stagecoaches aren't something we see everyday in the streets of Telluride! My daughter and I even had a ride in one during the Telluride Heritage Festival.

7 comments:

B Squared said...

If they would only put rubber tires and an engine on those things...

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

can you imagine what it must have been like to actually travel long distances in stage coaches. rough and bumpy. i am sure they were fine and fun to travel in on some of the smooth roads of today. It looks like your town had quite a fun event.

Lois said...

Very cool Lisa!

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Wow these horse boogies are So beautiful !! You ride might have been wonderful..Great

Memphis MOJO said...

My eye drew me to the second photo and I clicked on it first. But the top one is more compelling to me. Nice!

Tricia said...

That would be neat to take a ride in - imagine the ride from way back in the 1800's during the Wild West era!
The horses & the stagecoach is beautiful

Hilda said...

That is so fun!

We still have horses and carriages in the older parts of Manila, but no stagecoaches. I don't think we ever had any.