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    12-28-2012, 08:53 PM
  #6401
Weanling
I kin learn ya whole heap....of course it's all a dung heap....but still!
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    12-28-2012, 09:12 PM
  #6402
Trained
Stan, did you make that whole flarking story up?
     
    12-29-2012, 02:46 AM
  #6403
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Originally Posted by Celeste    
Stan, did you make that whole flarking story up?
Of course not. Would I do a thing like that, no, I told the Flarking truth I am not noted for story telling. And those things that jump from tree to tree. We call them possums, not little Flarkers, or snipes or what ever it was.

My horse saw one of them once. It fell out of a tree we passed under I swear I heard the horse screem Flark as he moved side ways at a rate of knots. I gathered him in and took him back to the tree and pointed out the error. It was not a Flark but a possum.
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    12-29-2012, 08:29 AM
  #6404
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Stan    
Of course not. Would I do a thing like that, no, I told the Flarking truth I am not noted for story telling. And those things that jump from tree to tree. We call them possums, not little Flarkers, or snipes or what ever it was.

My horse saw one of them once. It fell out of a tree we passed under I swear I heard the horse screem Flark as he moved side ways at a rate of knots. I gathered him in and took him back to the tree and pointed out the error. It was not a Flark but a possum.

BAHAHAHAHAHHAHA!!!!!
     
    12-29-2012, 12:30 PM
  #6405
Weanling
Possums you say....hmmm.... Ours git too big to climb in trees. Yessir! Around here we hitch 'em to the the manure spreader and fertilize the flarking fields.... HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!
     
    12-29-2012, 01:54 PM
  #6406
Foal
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Originally Posted by AlexS    
Look, screw it. There's not an active thread for 30 somethings, I am about to be 37 this month, so I am joining in invited or not.

Hi!!!!
Just don't refer to us as "the old farts"
     
    12-29-2012, 01:56 PM
  #6407
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Originally Posted by pony gal    
Just don't refer to us as "the old farts"
I am a bit too new to the group for that yet, but it would appear that many of you are flarking nuts. So I will refer to you for now as flarking nutters.
     
    12-29-2012, 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted by AlexS    
I am a bit too new to the group for that yet, but it would appear that many of you are flarking nuts. So I will refer to you for now as flarking nutters.

AlexS you are still posting does that meen you to have become one of the flarking nutters.

As for the possums being so big in the USA they are hitched up to the wagons and used to spread manure. Here in NZ we us tractors to spread the manure, easer to control. Or do it ourselves.

The weather has taken a turn for the worst, one fine day since the 24th and I need to get two horses fit for a trek on the 19th, and some milage on Bugs, so for those in the States and Canada looking out the window wanting to go for a ride. Take solace in the knowledge in northland NZ where it is summer and the weather is always good, I to, am looking out the window
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    12-29-2012, 02:51 PM
  #6409
Weanling
Man. You guys don't know nothin. Squish is what happens when you step in a cow pie and a snipe is much warier than a squab. I ought to know because my father and uncle took me hunting for them and we never saw one and a squib lives in the ocean.
     
    12-29-2012, 02:54 PM
  #6410
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I thought I'd show what the weather was like yesterday early in the morning. The one with the road looking down the valley and out to the Tasman sea the sandhills on the right covered in grass is part of the neighbours farm we ride over and beach we ride, the other is some of the terain we ride also taken from the road. Doing the farm beach ride takes 4 hours or so and covers about 15 ks of heavy going hill country.
The third is she who must be obeyed trying to convince Kate to get into the water while Kate was more interested in posing for the photo.
     

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