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post #10561 of 29437 Old 06-16-2013, 11:09 PM
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I know! Someone needs to go get them and bring them back.

I don't know what to tell you to use in the turn outs?? I do know that it takes a lot of gravel, stone dust or whatever if your putting it on bare ground for the first time, first you need a base or it will all just soak into the ground.

I bought fly predators this year but the flies are still bad and they keep biting me as I'm painting causing me to slap at myself with my wet paint hands. I'm going to put the kids to work hanging fly strips tomorrow.

Just got in, showered and ate a bbq chicken sandwich, chips and French onion dip should not have eaten this late but I was starving!!!!
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post #10562 of 29437 Old 06-16-2013, 11:24 PM
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the barn is I think 12 years old. I will try to get pictures of the turn outs tomorrow. I know we have had a hell of allot of rain . Like 10" this month alone but.. I just feel terrible for the horses.


Your making me hungry and it is bed time!!!

I believe I saw you posting over there too missy lol but at least you come here too :)

I never tried the fly predators hmmm maybe that's next..

Well off to try to sleep
Talk to ya'll tomorrow


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I know! Someone needs to go get them and bring them back.

I don't know what to tell you to use in the turn outs?? I do know that it takes a lot of gravel, stone dust or whatever if your putting it on bare ground for the first time, first you need a base or it will all just soak into the ground.

I bought fly predators this year but the flies are still bad and they keep biting me as I'm painting causing me to slap at myself with my wet paint hands. I'm going to put the kids to work hanging fly strips tomorrow.

Just got in, showered and ate a bbq chicken sandwich, chips and French onion dip should not have eaten this late but I was starving!!!!
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post #10563 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 12:02 AM
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Am still here, I've just been busy sorry.

Yesterday was what I have named Foster Fathers Day, and today we were with Brad's Dad.


Nicker that photo of you with your new horse, you look so young. Mind if I ask how old you are?
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post #10564 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 12:22 AM
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The pictures aren't showing up for me! Doggone it! But glad to hear the new horse is doing so wellNM.

Corgi-I used to love watching my prev DH's Appy/Quarter/Arab horse move w/his English saddle-that back was in such motion-he was just so fluid. He was a 3-day event horse, but if the rider wasn't jsut right, he could sink into the his hocks in 1 stride & stop all forward motion. Always had to pay attention riding him. Aren't Pasos fun? Glad you had such a nice ride.

Running low on groceries again, so better plan a trip to town tomorrow, have a number of other errands to do also-so a full day there, including a visit to get a vehicle tag.
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post #10565 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 12:25 AM
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How far do you live from town Ca?
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post #10566 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 12:51 AM
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It's about 20 miles 1 way, part of it on a dirt road. We are going to get a Tractor Supply Store in town soon, It will be near the new 99 cent only store that is also in the same area. Now if we could just get a CostCo-our nearest one is almost 100 miles away & that is too far to bring much home in the heat., much less pay for the gas-haha.
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post #10567 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 12:54 AM
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It's about 20 miles 1 way, part of it on a dirt road. We are going to get a Tractor Supply Store in town soon, It will be near the new 99 cent only store that is also in the same area. Now if we could just get a CostCo-our nearest one is almost 100 miles away & that is too far to bring much home in the heat., much less pay for the gas-haha.
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post #10568 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 01:50 AM
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Holy heck!!! I'd love your life, how far are you from a Walmart?

Are we losing people to the over 50s thread? If so, this would be terrible.
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post #10569 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 02:46 AM
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Feels like it!!!

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post #10570 of 29437 Old 06-17-2013, 03:35 AM
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She replied, " Awe Jock that's nice; are you taking me tae the pub with you?"

"Nay," Jock replied "I'm switching the heat off while I'm out."

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