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        10-10-2013, 08:52 AM
    Green Broke
    The link took me to MS web browser.

    Here it is for others to see and comment on.

    2003 Jackson 2 horse Slant Trailer





    Good looking trailer and probably a good price for your area. Here that would go for around $4500 in great shape for an '03.

    Here is one in your area with dressing room for $2000 less, but still gives you what you need.
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        10-10-2013, 09:00 AM
    Green Broke
    While looking around your area I found this option for you while you save up for the trailer you want.

    FOR RENT: Stock/2 horse bumper pull
        10-10-2013, 11:01 AM
    Here is one in your area with dressing room for $2000 less, but still gives you what you need.

    New 2008 Calico 2H slant horse trailer with dressing room[/QUOTE]

    Roaddy, you crack me up! Yes! I did see this one a while ago when browsing. (prior to me deciding on the dressing room.) You know.....we would have to pass this way coming and going to QH Congress!

    Wouldn't my DH *&^% if I came home with a TRAILER!!! Hahahahaha TOO FUNNY! ( but NOT beyond my doings!!!!) LMBO

    Thanks for your help! Will look into this for sure!!
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        10-10-2013, 12:49 PM
    Hey YA'll Man oh Man I need a Drink! Life is Crazy. Between a Crazy "bad word" woman stalking and harassing me and my Daughter thinking it was Cool to just take my Car in the middle of the night. And getting the Barn ready for winter. Also trying to get a RAT "ewwwwww" out of the barn. I have not had time to get on here and catch up with everyone. Hope you all are doing well.
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        10-10-2013, 01:02 PM
    Green Broke
    Who are you again? You may need to do an intro thread so we can get to know you.
        10-10-2013, 02:24 PM
    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    Who are you again? You may need to do an intro thread so we can get to know you.
    Not funny right now Sorry!
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        10-10-2013, 02:40 PM
    Green Broke
    Sorry, hun. Hope your day gets better. The rat trap I described in your other thread does work as I have used it to get rid of them here in the shop.
        10-10-2013, 09:56 PM
    Finally got on to be able to reply, instead of just read & catch up (my "late nite", as don't have to be in 'till 2pm tomorrow).

    Yissy: Your Shiloh is beautiful! Hope you find that perfect boarding home soon.
    Ladona: My humpday was really ok, not too busy & no blood/floods/fire.
    CCG: Rained here too, started late afternoon, then blew in good this evening. Fall has arrived. Hope the boots get comfy soon; I'm a comfy-foot person, too. Like all to fit like gloves.
    Stan!: that Bugs of yours looks like an absolute character, what a personality!!
    Lori: I DO remember you, & will not add to Rick's teasing. Who's this crazy woman?? Don't we all have enough crazy w/out more crazy? Danged "stuff"..
    Nicker: you be one BZ woman! Hope you find that perfect trailer. I really liked Ladona's pic w/the side door, way cool.

    The Chief submitted my review to the Director; on her desk, but she wasn't there today. So...maybe next week I'll learn if I get the next-to-nothing, or the 30cents Chief has submitted for consideration (he told me "YOU SAY NOTHING, TO NO ONE!!) Fingers crossed, I really need a break. He also submitted in review "Have in mind a position that will utilize Terry's capabilities in ways beneficial to the department". He's been working on this, I know. He said, that then Director will say "what position", so he can launch his sales pitch. Fingers/toes crossed. I need a miracle. Light candles, ask your horses, ask your cars & dogs. I be needing a coupla miracles.

    Hope all can get good rides this weekend! This Monday, I'll get to get Tommy out for a lesson. Hope it's good for both of us. Think I'll ask Janice if we can go to the that I know the dogs will bark next door, I can do ok, so Tommy will do fine. I've got in mind getting to trot by end of October, it's a birthday is Oct 28, & will be the big 60.
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        10-10-2013, 10:00 PM
    Er...typo...cats & dogs, not cars & dogs. But, you can ask your cars, too, or trucks, or trailers, or coffee makers or toaster overs...
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        10-11-2013, 01:56 AM
    Well, this post may be a bit jumpy because I just took a sedative and my brain is fuzzy. I am sorry for putting this out there but I need to write this all down and I can't do it on facebook because I still need to contact family members.

    My dad passed away tonight.

    Some of you may remember that my dad had an abdominal aortic aneurysm repaired in march and that the surgery did not go well. He ended up in a coma and in multi organ failure and then they flew him to UVA avd finally after 3 weeks in UvA and a month in rehab, he came home. I posted a pic of the two of us the last day he was in rehab.

    This morning he started hemorraghing badly. So much blood. An ambulance was called and I started the 4 hour drive to Danville, VA. The docs in Danville gave me the phone to say my goodbyes and my love yous to my dad because they didnt think he would still be alive when I got down here.

    Before I could get down here, they flew him to Wake Forest Medical Center in Winston Salem NC. Thy determined that the graft from his surgery in march became entwined in his bowels and was causing the bleeding. They said he wouldn't survive the surgery and advised us to just let him go. But Dad woke up and insisted on the surgery. They had me explain how difficult the surgery was and and how he would probably not be able to live independently if he survived the surgery and Dad's exact words to me ....his last words to me were "Ladona, I am a fighter. You know I am a fighter. I have to give this a chance. I have more life to live." I told him I would respect his decision and that inwas proud of him and loved him and he told me he loved me too and then they wheeled him into surgery.

    He lasted 2.5 hours on the table when he started to crash. They did CPR and other meausures to revive him but it was not to be.

    My dad died at 11:45pm. He was 78.5 years old and the most honest and hardworking Man in the world. He was the best father a girl could want and I am so lucky he was mine. My mother lost her husband of 59 years tonight.

    I really needed to get this off my chest and I know this is not the most appropriate place to put this but I needed to express this so I can find some peace and get some rest.

    I consider you all my friends and knew you would allow me to get this out so I can begin my own healing.

    Thank you.

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