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red cedar

July 6, 2019

The property cape trib horse rides is located on is home to the famous red cedar tree . A much sought after timber in its hay day by timber cutters the red cedar was worth good money . Being used for furniture timber world wide , quite a bit...

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Ficus

July 1, 2019

Worldwide, there are 750 species of Ficus and about 45 native species in Australia. Figs are unique in that the flower is enclosed inside the fruit. If you break a fig open you will notice hundreds of tiny florets. These tiny flowers need to...

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horse training

June 21, 2019

When it comes to horse training , staff and myself at cape tribulation horse rides are the main trainers . For a horse riding establishment such as ours  , the horses have to calm and relaxed for their riders . Horse training starts the...

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hendra

June 19, 2019

The hendra virus affects horses in a neurological way if contracted . The virus is transmitted from the waste of a fruit bat in the more coastal areas of australia . This is fatal to a horse and human when contracted by either of them...

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After affects

June 17, 2019

After affects of the cancer i have had are still lingering , it seems that the old body didn't like what it had done to it . Since returning to work there is not day that goes past were i am not  in pain the after affects are annoying . Its...

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crocodiles

June 16, 2019

Crocodiles are usually found in a mixture of salt and freshwater rivers systems . Though at times they have been known to venture further up system chasing a food supply . Cape tribulation horse rides encounters a 3 meter crocodile daily as...

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