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        09-09-2013, 10:14 PM
    Well I will be 40this winter so guess I might belong here. I wanted to post a picture in my message but have yet to figure that out. Would love for someone to show me. I am 39 and have 9 yr old TWH mare that we trail ride.
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        09-10-2013, 12:42 AM
    Green Broke
    Wow Maryland rider great picts!! Welcome Womack!!!

    We went for a ride tonight around all the mansions again. Ahh to have money. It was so much fun. Heard from the lady with Hunter and they are having a good time. Heard from 4 more people today interested in him. Here are some picts from our ride.



        09-10-2013, 01:33 AM
    Green Broke
    Great photos every one and swiming the horses that's on my todo list this coming summer. My back is still giving me pain almost a week now I do have some good pain relief Pop 4 pills and im in space, and the offenders think they have some good dope. If im lucky Ill get to ride Bugs this weekend and get him out of the habit of going 300 yards stopping and waiting for me to get off and walk. He learnt that when on the cattle drive and I had to get off to get my back freed up.

    Walked over the property tonight Not a lot of grass growing 70% weeds. Iv done som harrowing and spread seed but if it does not take and beat the weeds I'm in trouble for feed for the horses this summer. Its predicted to be another dry summer 4 years in a row of drought conditions not something to look forward to.

    Keep riding because your summer is heading my way.

    This is a great thread and every one needs to jump on in and contribute even the odd one that is rising 40

    Cheers all

    Notice I behaved myself.
        09-10-2013, 06:15 AM
    Green Broke
    Yes, some of those prescription drugs are pretty strong, but then there are the side effects, some not so pleasant. Anyway, hope you are feeling much better, very soon, And get a chance to ride Bugs. Getting older is so challenging. It has been a nice break to not have all the horse chores, but having the horse so close is just so worth it. The care & grooming is a good physical exercise and a nice warm-up to prepare for riding. It will be a challenge to go back to solo riding, but it's necessary, so time for the big girl panties, & much less of worrying~what if?
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        09-10-2013, 06:22 AM
    Here's a good morning to ya all!

    Welcome Womack.

    Great photos Maryland!!! Are they taken in your neck of the woods? I want to do the creek thing too. Looks like a ton of fun. Two weekend from now...I have a slight potential opportunity to go tot the mountains to ride. They have creeks there.....keep your fingers crossed. I haven't heard from my ride.....kinda guessing they are going to resind the offer to haul me.. I offered to pay all gas.....we'll see....

    Have a Great day everyone! It going to be HOT here!
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        09-10-2013, 06:23 AM
    Nicker: I did read Tao of Equus a long time ago, then gave the book away. Going to look for it on Amazon, maybe get it cheap..

    & Janice is 61! Her hands are affected w/arthritis, but she keeps them going w/all the work she does, & age tramples across all our faces..but she's a beautiful woman. And STRONG!
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        09-10-2013, 08:01 AM
    Green Broke
    Cacowgirl, I did not receive an email as of yet. I'll send you another pm with it to make sure you have it.

    Maryland, those are great photos of riding in the creek and thank you for posting them.

    Welcome womack. Glad you decided to join our family and look forward to seeing you here more. Wish I had more time to post more, but it is getting hectic here at work right now so may be a little short on my posts compared to my usual.
        09-10-2013, 08:03 AM
    Green Broke
    Hunter, great photos and glad things are going well for you. You deserve it.

    Nicker, glad the class is cooperating so early in the year and look forward to hearing rave reviews of the speaking engagement with your co-author. Also glad to hear great news on Rainn.

    Stan, Hope the grass finds a substitute miracle grow and sprouts out like crazy in time for summer.
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        09-10-2013, 09:04 AM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by Cherieslend    
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    Why spend all that money in travel when the solution for skin rejuvenation and wrinkle removal is so simple for those in the older bracket.

    By having the wrinkles tightened in the back of the neck has the effect of lifting the arse back up to the correct position, but weight and gravity tends to pull it back towards earth which is not a bad thing because that inturn applies pressure up the back and over the top of the head pulling the wrinkles out of the brow. Also, it has a lifting effect on the chest and that applies up ward pressure on the stomach lifting it off the belt and the over all effect is an upward direction for the front of the torso. So having the wrinkles tightened in the back of the neck has a far more reaching positive efect at fare less cost.
        09-10-2013, 09:09 AM
    Green Broke
    Infraction 0/1(5)

    Any one have any idea what that means

    I must be famous as I don't see any one else with that attached to the bottom of their avatar
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