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Monday, November 26, 2012

Carabao Ride

I grew up in a farm and my father used to own carabao that helped us tiilling the rice field. My late brother and I used to ride the carabao after the day's work. When we first visited my family back home, I let my Burritos experience riding a carabao too.
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Such great memories.

32 comments:

  1. Lovely photos!
    Have a great evening!

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  2. Wow I've never heard of riding a Caribou before:)

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  3. Memorable moments!

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  4. Oh my! Wish I could also do this! :)

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  5. Bet they had fun! Beautiful photos. Happy sky watching.

    Moments Before Sun Down

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  6. Nice captured moments! I have seen a carabao countless times during our visits to the province but never had the chance to take a ride on its back. Must be a thrilling experience for your kids :)

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  7. Wonderful photos! I never knew one could ride a caribou. It looks so docile. What a great way to keep memories alive by showing off such great pictures!

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  8. This reminds me of my childhood days,hehe! I remember I was too afraid riding the carabao,haha!

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  9. Photos to treasure! Lucky rin naman siguro ako, since nakasakay na rin ako at the back of a (Danmulag)carabao. The feeling is nakakaliti. LOL

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  10. wow, that's one priceless moment. so lucky for the burritos to have experienced riding a carabao. i haven't even rode one and haven't seen one in ages.

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  11. It was one of the experiences that I missed mare. My grandpa had two carabaos and I never had the courage to try riding them. :(

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  12. precious moment of your children.. I remember my cousin's first carabao ride...

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  13. That is definitely a fun ride, Rose. The kids must enjoyed it.

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  14. Nakakatuwa naman ang mga pictures na to:) Dropping by from Color Connection!

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  15. I wonder how it really feels to actually ride a carabao.

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  16. The last time I rode a carabao was during my high school years. It was an awesome experience

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  17. I've always wished to ride a carabao but I'm scared to fall :)

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  18. wow hehehhehe. that's got to be super fun :D i bet my kids won't even dare getting on it hehehhe. your kiddos are tough

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  19. wow. it must be fun to grow up in the farm. i imagine myself and my siblings growing up there...i find it very nice, fresh air, and so peaceful. unlike the city, so crowded, noisy, and dangerous.

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  20. Those are precious moments! I myself grew up as a farmer, too, as well as the hubs. Kaso lang, these days, wala na kaming farm. Sila hubby din, his brother is the only one left with the farm pero wala na ring animals kasi rubber plantation na kasi yung farm nila. Hopefully, we can let our kids experience the fun of riding cows or carabaos, too. May be next time we van find a way! :D

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  21. Wow, good for them they got to experience riding a carabao. I bet they enjoyed the ride on top of the animal for i can see they were settled. It was good to that this carabao is a nice one.

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  22. hehehe.... the two of them are so cute! This reminds me when I was a little girl riding on the back of the carabao. It was actually fun and weird. So cute!

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  23. I didn't yet experience to ride a carabao but I remember when I am still a child trying to ride a cow (hahaha) ako kasi nagpapastol so sometimes when our cow is lying I try to sit but to no avail ayaw magpasakay.

    BTW, congrats ate Rose for receiving new gift from your hubs and vice versa naks ang sweet. Naku ako wala haha, wala akong pondo para diyan, one year akong walang allowance eh. :(

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  24. I remember riding a carabao the first time in Mindoro. It was a weird experience but unforgettable. I wish I can do that with my little girl too.

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  25. I used to ride in a carabao too when I was a child, but I remembered crying out loud as I get too scared when it moves because I felt like falling and I find it's skin creeepy. Ahaha. Looks like your kids enjoyed it :)

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  26. It's really fun riding carabao. I also let our little one ride the "balsa" only when we got to visit our place in Pinas. She wasn't scared and so proud of her :-)

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  27. How I miss riding a carabo. It was such a memorable moment for the Borritos. Good thing that you have captured it perfectly.

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  28. wow, sounds like great experienced for kids. i never experienced things like this, i grew-up in makati and my mom's from makati, nakakita lang ako carabao nung bata ako if may dadaan na nagtitinda nung mga producs made of abaca. or on our way to laguna to visit dad's family but never had chance to be closed like this...kainggit. i wish i experienced it. :)

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  29. ehhh..use to ride carabao too when i visit my lola in the province..

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