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post #91 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:06 PM
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False! I've never been so I don't know if I like it or not.

The person below me knows how to write in cursive.

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The person below me had ice cream today.
I thought that was "the person below me has made me icecream today"

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post #92 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:07 PM
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False. The one time I tried snow skiing, I twisted my knee really bad and my (hot) instructor had to carry me into the lodge...where he bought me hot chocolate (I was thirteen)...and burned my tongue on the stupid hot chocolate! Lol Tried water skiing MANY times and SUCKED at it.

The person below me like the smell when they drive up to the barn (the horse, manure, diesel fuel, etc smell).

Haha, Sky!! Yeah, no, I had to go back and reread it to make sure it was correct. Lol

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post #93 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:25 PM
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So very true! Love that smell!

TPBM has a 2 horse straight load horse trailer

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post #94 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:29 PM
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The person below me knows how to write in cursive.
Forgot to answer Sky's!

True...I actually prefer writing in cursive (especially if I'm hand-writing a story...it flows much faster if I type in cursive).

As for Walkamile's: False. I, unfortunately, don't own my own trailer at all.

The person below me is afraid of heights.

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Sadly no :( Can't be an option with a 17hh horse ;)

The person below me likes Nancy Drew mysteries

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post #96 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:33 PM
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Sadly no :( Can't be an option with a 17hh horse ;)

The person below me likes Nancy Drew mysteries
They make warmblood size straight loads, don't they, that are taller than an average trailer? I've seen them on CL quite a bit down here (at least that claim to be...they're like 6-12" taller than a typical straight load).

As for your question...

Switzerland! Lol Meaning, I can't answer true or false because I've never read any Nancy Drew mysteries...so that makes me neutral, like Switzerland (sorry...bad work/Twilight joke ).

The person below me has been to an amusement park recently.

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post #97 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:48 PM
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No amusement park visits in years.

TPBM likes coffee

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post #98 of 12112 Old 01-27-2012, 11:54 PM
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Ewwwww...definitely false. LOVE the smell (reminds me of my grandpa)...can't stand the taste. Blech.

The person below me likes cranberries.

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post #99 of 12112 Old 01-28-2012, 12:48 AM
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True! And in juice form!

The person below me has showered today!

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They make warmblood size straight loads, don't they, that are taller than an average trailer? I've seen them on CL quite a bit down here (at least that claim to be...they're like 6-12" taller than a typical straight load).
Yeah I need at least a 7' ceiling so he doesn't feel squished. I would prefer a slant but I'll take what I can get!

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Yeah I need at least a 7' ceiling so he doesn't feel squished. I would prefer a slant but I'll take what I can get!
The warmblood straight loads I've seen are 7'6" tall, like this one: Warmblood 2 horse straight load I've even seen older ones that are the same height (7'6")...there just aren't any posted on my CL right now for me to show you. Lol

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