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    09-05-2012, 09:57 PM
Green Broke
Have to study :(
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    09-05-2012, 11:07 PM
Green Broke
I'm at the library!!!!! Finally!!!!!

I feel like texting everyone I know so they don't claim I don't study.

It's not even my library lol.

My university is 500km so I just go to other uni/tafe libraries and pretend I go there.

I got tough with Rosie today. I was like *aaarrgh get out of my space* and she was like *OMG! You're a actually a crazy lion!!!* or something to that effect.
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    09-05-2012, 11:30 PM
Saskia, I assume you can access your university's online journal database from anywhere?

I used to work at the university library, most of the other students in my class visited maybe 3 times in the whole time they were at uni (it was a practical degree, though). I loved it, once I finished work I'd grab a few books (usually totally unrelated to my degree) and sit in a corner reading until closing time. I've always hung round libraries, I'm a total nerd and bookworm
    09-05-2012, 11:49 PM
Green Broke
I've always hung around libraries too!

Well not so much now, but as a kid/teenager I always did, and places where there were nice libraries.

Yeah I can access it online, and I can just read the books in these libraries too which is good.

So I'm planning on building a wheelbarrow/cart thing, like I mentioned earlier. I am kind of broke.. so I am thinking I can just make my own.

So a few weeks ago I found a big orange box and then today I was driving and I found this sort of trolley base wheel axis metal thing. So if some how I can combine them I shall make my own little manure barrow thing. I'll take some pics later and maybe you can give me some ideas on how to combine them.... I don't think duct tape's going to cut it this time.
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    09-06-2012, 12:02 AM
Do you have a drill and tec screws? Doing stuff like that is kind of part of my trade lol

We have to make shift stuff all the time to get our job done. :)
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    09-06-2012, 12:59 AM
Green Broke
I have a screwdriver with multiple heads, a handful of screws, scissors and a small amount of twine.

I feel I may need to get some more tools to complete this project.
    09-06-2012, 04:26 AM
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Proud of my boy again - he expressed willingness to play with me in the pastures, with the rest of the herd nearby and we had a nice, short libery session with a wonderful rear (by cue) and cantering side by side through the herd. I love it when he is so eager to be with me and have a pleasant time. :)
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    09-06-2012, 04:31 AM
Saranda, aren't those times some of the best? I love liberty work, Brock and I have ridiculous amounts of fun doing it and it really helps build mutual trust. I used to set up little jumps in the arena and we'd jump them side-by-side, we'd play follow-the-leader and then I'd lead him (without a leadrope obviously) to all the spots in the arena he didn't like going usually and giving him scratches there. Then he'd trot and canter circles around me as if I were lungeing him and we'd race each other or play around with a ball. I think I love it as much as I love riding!
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    09-06-2012, 04:50 AM
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It is wonderful indeed, and it builds not only trust, but also liking to each other and the ability to have fun, with no obligations to fulfil this or that training goal. I am also learning to feel this way when we are actually training, because it helps Snickers to loosen up and have good times even when we are doing hard work. If I perceive it as hard work myself, Snickers then immediately finds it...boring. :)
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    09-06-2012, 06:34 AM
Aw that sounds like so much fun! I must try that with nyx, she would be all for it being so young and cheeky still..
Had to lead her across a small gully today and she was a bit hesitant to cross so I went first and she got about half through it and decided to jump the rest. Scared the living hell out of me cause I thought she was trying to jump in my bloody arms!! But whenever me and stood next to me and had a huge sigh lol cracked me up.

Saskia I think you may need a drill the screwdriver will get you through the plastic but it wont be fun going through the metal unless it has some little convenient pilot holes in it. :)

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