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        10-01-2013, 10:56 PM
    Supposed to be almost 80 tomorrow and I get to ride! YAY!
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        10-02-2013, 12:20 AM
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    Originally Posted by Critter sitter    
    No word from Rick yet. I will make sure to get on tonight if I hear from him and update.

    I am so sorry I have been so quiet. There has been alot going on. Getting everything ready for winter.
    Also have 2 new horses at the barn
    We had our Barn cookout last Saturday and it turned out Great.

    I need to go and catch up with you all. Have a good afternoon
    I don't recall getting an invite to the cook out and I do a mean corn bread.

    Thanks for the update on Rick
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        10-02-2013, 12:21 AM
    Anybody heard from Rick?
        10-02-2013, 12:22 AM
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    Originally Posted by Happy Place    
    Supposed to be almost 80 tomorrow and I get to ride! YAY!

    Good for you. I have to go to work so My wife and horse can stay home and enjoy the lifestyle they has become accustomed to. I've done something wrong It should be me being kept.
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        10-02-2013, 11:23 AM
    Rick text last night he is doing ok and all is good. I had family stuff and could not get on.

    Stan I'll let you know about the next cookout
        10-02-2013, 01:10 PM
    Hallo "mature people over 40" :)
    I just wanted to stop by and say hallo. I always trot and trot and trot, not much time left for this friendly forum, although sometimes I read your posts.
    If you love literature and horses you possibly would enjoy the blog It does not want neither teach nor selling anything, it's just an experimental writing project with the horse being the writer :). It's pure culture bound to love for horses.
    If you like it and/or have suggestions just leave a comment.
    I am living in Italy, if anyone of you need something from here, just let me know.
    I am producing excellent olive oil but if you want to taste it you have to come over, it's too complicated to send it to the US.
    Take care and please apologize for not posting more often.
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        10-02-2013, 03:37 PM
    Good morning everyone so nice to read everyone's story
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        10-02-2013, 07:33 PM
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    Ladona, I like your doggie vid having fun on the beach! Enjoy..

    Sibyl: I looked @ that blog, & liked reading it very much. I won't get on FaceBook to comment, but have bookmarked the site so that I can keep reading as entries occur, during this filly's adventures. It's a wonderful writing project, much kudos to the person doing it (& that person has much insight) Thank you for providing!

    Lori, thank you for keeping us updated about Rick, & keeping us unworried about him.

    HappyPlace (& you'd best give us a real name! Since have a feelin' you're here to stay), keep being happy & glad you got to ride yesterday.

    I got a text today @ work, from our Sgt (Training Supv, who works @ nite for now). He wanted to know if I'd gotten a good muckin' ridin' day. Was happy to tell him I did. He's not even a "horse guy", just cares that I am "cared for" emotionally by contact w/horses. I take to heart the support that I get, & I've gotten so much here.

    It all makes getting thru the work week alot easier!
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        10-02-2013, 08:37 PM
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    Sibyl: you started this? Is this your filly?
        10-03-2013, 07:47 AM
    Morning all,

    A quick pop in. It's been a fast week! Beautiful I've been staying out at the barn til late.

    Got a really nice ride in on Tuesday. Just planned on a short one, but......kept riding and riding! until we ended up going around the entire block. (3.2 miles) we did a little trotting and cantering up the one dirt road. Jays ears were perked....I think he was enjoying himself!!. His strides are definitely longer and stronger!

    Last night I was starting to take Rainn for a walk when we got a huge load of sawdust. We too are prepping for winter. So had to help with that...and keep the goats from destroying the pile!! Lol. They are too funny! I attached a pic of me doing the pied piper thing....getting them to another pasture....after they nearly escaped!! mom forgot to shut the gate after the sawdust guy left!!! SOOOOO many gates!!!!

    Went to see a guy about hay.. Think I found my winter supplier!

    Finding Rainn itchy again.....thinking bc we don't keep the feed bowls seperated, that reminants of jays MSM may still be in the bowl....she then licks it and feels the effects via itching! Ugh!! At least she's not losing hair! And at least I caught it.

    Been worried about hunting season that is all my moms DH can remind me of...."this is your last weekend to ride!" I inquired about it to a colleague, bc I was's archery that is coming in if I stick tot the roads and wear bright orange in the woods, I'll be fine......once again.....moms DH is a ....... he LOVES putting the cabosh to my pleasures. He's currently NOT speaking to me! not sure what I did...wish I knew so I could do it again!!!!

    Ok, gotta run! Happy trails! And Roaddy....if your reading. Wishing you speedy recovery!!!!
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