April au pair meeting:horse-riding in the country!


This month, let’s enjoy scenic horse trail rides the Upstate of South Carolina has to offer!

Whether you are looking to have a thrill:  or just relax in the country on horseback: 

Saturday, April 14th:

So for ladies in Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Greer areas: meet at my place between 1:45pm and 2:00pm. We need to leave by 2:00pm to car-pool with the other in Greenville.

If you are in Greenville: let’s meet at the Bi-Lo at the corner of Park Avenue and Main Street at 2:30pm; we can park any “extra” car in the very back, on the main street side.

BI-LO Store #12
505-A North Main Street
Greenville, SC 29601

We need to arrive between 3:00pm and 3:15pm, the ride and orientation take an hour; please wear light weight pants, and a hard soled boot with a bit of a heel if possible.

The cost is $35 per rider and they take cash or check, no Credit Cards please.  Directions are on their website at www.edenfarms.net.  Please do not use Mapquest.com, it send you on a crazy short cut that gets many people lost.

Directions: From Greenville- From Downtown Greenville, take Hwy 183 W toward Berea. Hwy 183 starts out as College St. in downtown Greenville. Go through Berea and into Dacusville. At the intersection of 183 and 135, turn right. Eden Farms is 7 miles up on the right.

I asked about a tack Shop. The Tack Shop on Pleasantburg road is wonderful and has everything you’ll need.  The ladies are very knowledgeable and helpful.  Their number is 271-7121.

I wanted to organize a pick-nick afterwards at Eden Farms, and received a great suggestion for a true country experience: Aunt Sue’s Restaurant (http://www.auntsues.com) – you can go ahead and check out the menu, but this should be fun and it is very close to Eden Farms… nothing like a good country meal and ice-cream after physical efforts (or not since we are just going on a lazy trail… J).


About FrenchNad

English to French Translator & Interpreter; blogging at lemotdubonjour.com about a French word of the day, the challenges of interpreting and translating, and my adventures in Oregon!
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