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        08-10-2013, 11:57 PM
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    Trained
    There is a thing at the top of the page called carrot kitchen. You click on what you want to send, and then type who you want to send it to. You might should send one to Stan. He's desperate.
         
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        08-11-2013, 12:37 AM
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    Banned
    Done you both got one, as I am in a giving mood.
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        08-11-2013, 01:54 AM
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    Green Broke
    Me too!
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        08-11-2013, 02:01 AM
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    Banned
    Oh no, I sent you a cake Melinda before I saw my messages, and you sent me one of everything! For shame, you only got a cake.
         
        08-11-2013, 02:02 AM
      #12285
    Green Broke
    Bah ha ha! Funny how we were doing same thing at same time! Great minds! Thank you!
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        08-11-2013, 07:36 AM
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    Stan, I felt so sorry for you that I sent you a carrot cake.

    Can't you just apply lime to the soil?
    I do apply lime but it takes years for it to get down several inches and change the PH. By turning it over and applying the lime I get it into the lower level and will adjust the PH quicker Also the soil is compacted so ill be dealing with that issue as well.

    Thanks for the carrot cake
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        08-11-2013, 07:39 AM
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    Done you both got one, as I am in a giving mood.
    Or feeling guilty for stealing carrots.
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        08-11-2013, 08:31 AM
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    Foal
    Good morning!!!!!

    K, id love ot help Stan out,,BUT hve 1 carrot to my name!!!!!

    Please don't steal my carrots or I will wish several unscheduled dismounts in your future!!!!! And maybe 1 or 2 assisted ejections,,,,prematurely even.


    I wish you all a wonderful day!!!! Im sure I will be back asap to see how all you are doing.
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        08-11-2013, 01:53 PM
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    Carrots....humph...I don't knowmhowmpeople get so many! I've never had more than THREE! Someone keeps stealing them...

    Had a beautiful rode this morning. . Pretty bad when the horse is braver than the rider!! Haha went down a new road today. Never sure what you might find.....as we rode I heard roosters, and smelled animals. Up over the top of the rise I can see a building....not sure if its in habated. The further we go, I can now see that yes, it is a home....quite delapitated and stuff strun about the heard. A barn with goats and the roosters crowing grows closer. I sit deeper in my saddle, Jay slows his steps in response to my riding. My biggest fear is that a dog or other animal will come darting out at us, causing jay to spook. I've had this happen in the past before. I never trust back road homes...so many people let their dogs run lose. My gut said turn around, so I did, but if I would have let him....Jay would have kept going. My brave boy!

    This got me thinking....all the things horses are exposed to on the trail. Today we spooked up 5 deer, passed at least 6 Amish buggies going to church, a giant fish mailbox and car tires hanging from a fence post.....

    So tell me....what are some strange/unusual things you've encountered on your tides?

    As a bonus, Jay found an ancient apple tree along the road. We stopped and both had a fresh treat!

    Loving all the fun here! You guys make me smile!!

    Have a great and hopefully quiet Sunday!!
         
        08-11-2013, 02:15 PM
      #12290
    Green Broke
    Good morning everyone!

    NM, I just love reading your posts. Very descriptive. I feel like I am there with you.

    Things that we come across do not seem that unusual. Demon Llama, chickens, goats, cows, frogs jumping in pond making that squeak that they make when you startle them and jump into the pond. When we went to the beach, my mare was very leery of the kites people were flying.
         

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