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    07-07-2012, 03:56 PM
  #3951
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Was the US lotto struck and is there a plane load of horsey folks heading my way.
I dispatched a sheep yesterday in antisipation of your arrival. I strung it up, then left she who must be obeyed to skn and clean, I will do the hard part dividing it into cuts of meat, but if you lot arrive we will spit roast it.
She who must be is not well this morning. I made her a coffee and alI she could manage is a grunt. No thankyou, not even a smile. I ambled outside to Stella she gave me that i'm outa here look. The sun is shining, no wind, I'm going fishing, never know, we may have fish with the spit roast, or for breakfast.
     
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    07-07-2012, 04:04 PM
  #3952
Trained
Good for you Stan
I love to go fishing too
     
    07-07-2012, 05:39 PM
  #3953
Super Moderator
Susan, I love the umbrella or is it a parasol?

We need it for the rain.

I treated myself to a Canon EOS D50 camera a while back. I love it but wish I was good at reading instructions because I would get a lot more out of it if I knew what all the buttons were for.

I hate having to read constructions before setting out to build something, much more fun to just get on and do it and find three spare parts! Makes life more interesting.

We moved some young Call Ducks from an enclosed pen to a bigger pen with a paddling pool - darn things would not go to bed. I was not happy with them as they kept scattering in all directions, as fast as I got some in the house, they turned around and ran back out.

Now they are out there I will have to keep the gun ready in case crows or jackdaws come to take them. I do not see the point of 'decorative' ducks, which these are. No good for eggs and certainly not for meat. Em loves them so they stay and to be fair they fetch silly money at the auctions.

CW Any nearer finding horses to lease? How is settling into your new home going?

Going to get an early night, ready to start in the morning. I really must get some housework done and some laundry. I will be running out of dry things to wear if I do not do the latter. I hate using the drier and would rather dry outside but that is near impossible with the weather - and the hounds think it great sport to grab hold of anything on the rotary drier and swing around on it. Clothes pegs do not hold the weight of a Foxhound pup so I find clothes spread all over the orchard.

Night night all.
     
    07-07-2012, 07:31 PM
  #3954
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Originally Posted by Foxhunter    
Susan, I love the umbrella or is it a parasol?

We need it for the rain.

I treated myself to a Canon EOS D50 camera a while back. I love it but wish I was good at reading instructions because I would get a lot more out of it if I knew what all the buttons were for.

I hate having to read constructions before setting out to build something, much more fun to just get on and do it and find three spare parts! Makes life more interesting.

We moved some young Call Ducks from an enclosed pen to a bigger pen with a paddling pool - darn things would not go to bed. I was not happy with them as they kept scattering in all directions, as fast as I got some in the house, they turned around and ran back out.

Now they are out there I will have to keep the gun ready in case crows or jackdaws come to take them. I do not see the point of 'decorative' ducks, which these are. No good for eggs and certainly not for meat. Em loves them so they stay and to be fair they fetch silly money at the auctions.

CW Any nearer finding horses to lease? How is settling into your new home going?

Going to get an early night, ready to start in the morning. I really must get some housework done and some laundry. I will be running out of dry things to wear if I do not do the latter. I hate using the drier and would rather dry outside but that is near impossible with the weather - and the hounds think it great sport to grab hold of anything on the rotary drier and swing around on it. Clothes pegs do not hold the weight of a Foxhound pup so I find clothes spread all over the orchard.

Night night all.
Foxhunter I use a cannon S5IS I brought when in the States Cost half what I would pay for it in NZ but getting a little dated now and to large to handle when on a horse.

However did you know, when god finished making Eve he also had 3 parts left over. Yep, its true, I have it on good authority, and he used those three extra parts to make Adam. Got to have got myself into trouble over that one.

I am sorry in advance to all of those I may have offended and to those I no doubt will, at some time in the future.
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    07-07-2012, 07:41 PM
  #3955
Yearling
^ hillarious!

Oh and yes that was me and Patsy in the parade picture...
Hamming it up.

Foxhunter....laundry day always makes me think about becoming a nudist.
     
    07-07-2012, 08:59 PM
  #3956
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Stan    
Was the US lotto struck and is there a plane load of horsey folks heading my way.
I dispatched a sheep yesterday in antisipation of your arrival. I strung it up, then left she who must be obeyed to skn and clean, I will do the hard part dividing it into cuts of meat, but if you lot arrive we will spit roast it.
She who must be is not well this morning. I made her a coffee and alI she could manage is a grunt. No thankyou, not even a smile. I ambled outside to Stella she gave me that i'm outa here look. The sun is shining, no wind, I'm going fishing, never know, we may have fish with the spit roast, or for breakfast.
Alas Stan I am sorry to say someone on the other side of the country won. But I am bound and determined to come there.
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    07-07-2012, 09:07 PM
  #3957
Green Broke
Well Susan looks like you are having fun. Was invited on a trail ride today but today was Hunters staples out so no go for me. Everything looks great will post pict soon. Had to put stuff on the latest sarcoid so he will have another big sore. Will this ever end?

Stan you are a riot and can't wait to come to see you and she who must be obeyed lol
     
    07-07-2012, 09:14 PM
  #3958
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Originally Posted by Hunter65    
Alas Stan I am sorry to say someone on the other side of the country won. But I am bound and determined to come there.
Dosen't that just annoy you. Spend all that money on the ticket, get the plane orginsied and some one else wins. Happened to me last night as well so back to work on monday.
     
    07-07-2012, 09:54 PM
  #3959
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A couple of photos
First is one of the paddock she was in and an open gate. That gate goes into the garden, she has opened it navigated her way past the green house, and via the trees, woodshed, to the back lawn.

Second photo, Stella standing by the garage enjoying the grass.

Some how she opened the gate into the garden and ate her way to the lawn. Now all of those strange things she had to pass before getting to the grass helps to convince me when she spooks at the imaginary horse devouring sparrow. She is playing with me.
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    07-07-2012, 10:40 PM
  #3960
Green Broke
Well staples are out, now we shall see how the next and hopefully last sarcoid goes. It is a large area. Poor pony.

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