packsaddle


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a saddle for pack animals to which loads can be attached

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Its predecessor, the 16th century Packsaddle Hall, was demolished in 1964 after the local authority declared it unfit for human habitation, blocking attempts to rescue it and renovate.
Ellis County: 11 mi S, 3 mi E of Arnett, Packsaddle WMA, 685 m, 1 specimen (OMNH 26568); 12.
Ownership portion of cost (in euros) Animal costs Purchase price per animal and packsaddle (P) 2,050.
Celtic Thunder has not won for over a year now but rarely runs a bad race and should go close once again in the five-furlong Packsaddle Handicap.
Packsaddle, a 1960s family home in Fillongley, north Warwickshire, is at the second highest point in the county.
Although the sequois escaped without burning, flames had reached within a mile of the Packsaddle Grove, a stand of ancient, towering trees including the Packsaddle Giant, which has the fourth-largest circumference of any sequoia.
He had been in the mountains gathering the firewood slung on a packsaddle over the horse's back.
Quixote attacked an itinerant barber and seized the poor barber's bowl, which he declared to be the famous golden helmet of Mambrino, and his packsaddle, which he believed to be a richly jeweled caparison.
In addition, the new park will have two return lifts, the Packsaddle and the Peru Express, easing congestion on the River Run Gondola and Summit Express.
Put your riding saddle on one and a packsaddle on the other.
In the wider Pilbara, macro-blades do occur in limited numbers in archaeological contexts in sites at Pannawonica, Packsaddle and West Angelas, although the identification of the blades at Packsaddle and Pannawonica needs to be reassessed (Brown 1987; Dias et al.
This is the most highly praised packsaddle among Long Riders and rightly so, as it can be adjusted to any size or shape of horse.
The company, which has its offices in Packsaddle, Rhostyllen, supplies water to 250,000 people and 8,200 businesses in North East Wales and North West England.
Flames reached as close as a mile to the Packsaddle Grove, a stand of ancient, towering trees including the Packsaddle Giant, which has the fourth-largest circumference of any sequoia.