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        01-08-2013, 02:43 PM
      #6581
    Trained
    Hi everyone nice to see you all again
    Yea me may have snow this weekend
         
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        01-08-2013, 03:37 PM
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    Hi everyone. Sorry I have not looked at all I have missed.. I have been away for a bit now.
    The mother in law passed 2 days befor christmas and it have just been a very stressful and crazy time for us all. Hope everyone is doing good and had a great holiday.
    I will go back and see all I missed now.
         
        01-08-2013, 03:42 PM
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    Originally Posted by Ladytrails    
    Critter, it's a small world. I have a border collie from the Omaha (Papillon) fosters with the Nebraska Border Collie Rescue. She's a doll; makes our third BC adoptee
    I know NBCR well Although I am not affiliated with them when did you adopt? What may I see a picture?
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        01-08-2013, 03:43 PM
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    Originally Posted by montcowboy    
    so your saying my check is in the mail acorn??? Lol. Lady. Papillions are great. Never heard of the before.and four years ago I took this online dog quiz and it was going to pick the dog for me after I answered all the questions..it said that 75 percent on down to 50 percent when all tallied for a breed of dog and its the dog for you..so I took it. And got a 97 percent pick of one dog..yes. A papillion.go figure. So I looked them up..decided if a higher power like the internet said its the dog for me.i got me one. Boo. My little tail buddy. If interested I have a few pictures of him on my profile. But he goes everywhere with me.. and people laugh when the see us heading down the trail.. happy holidays everyone... ride safe
    I think Lady was talking about the town of Papillion but that's ok :P I like the dog too Very smart:P
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        01-08-2013, 04:37 PM
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    Ll I skimmed the many pages I was behind WOW that was alot.. I hope to not be gone so much .
    I loved all the pictures.. everyones horses look great!
    I will get some pictures soon
    Our snow is melting so everything is muddy and diry looking and Cody is a huge FUZZ BALL OMG he got a awesome winter coat.
    It is really warm here today about 45 \* I want to Run and go ride but Hvae to stay at the shop .... booo work!!!!!!
         
        01-09-2013, 12:05 AM
      #6586
    Trained
    I am sorry for your loss Critter Sitter

    I have done the breed test
    am best suited for the Lab or Golden Retiever so I decided on a
    Golden Shepherd { Golden Retreiver and German Shepherd
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        01-09-2013, 12:48 AM
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    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    I think that my husband has lost interest in riding. That is unfortunate.
    That is a shame but one question who is the main driving force with horse riding and whats his horse like. Could just be a temporary glitch and that was two questions.

    I ask this because I see a lot of couples on the treks I try to ride in and it gives me a buzz because it seems to be dominated by women.

    My riding is with women and they can become a little patronizing I remember I got to a point I was going to chuck it in No male company.
    On one of the cattle drives (mostly women) and me riding Stella so hanging back a little, a couple of the guys were riding the rear of the herd but the women were yelling instructions to them. It was not a nice place to be I could see by the riding style of the guys that were getting annoyed. These were men that rode the rodeos and being told what to do by the ladies that never let there horse move past a walk. I moved up and joined the guys that day I kinow how they were feeling and I take my hat off to them they kept quiet. I on the other hand did not.

    After my medical misadventure last christmas when returned to riding they kept looking back and asking are you all right Stan, over and over. Now I know i'm a learner, and I know they ment well but in the end my response was a little kirt. I ended up saying. If i'm still sitting in the flarking saddle I'm all right stop bloody asking.

    I spent a considerable amount of time in the corner but it was worth it.
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        01-09-2013, 01:15 AM
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    Originally Posted by Cacowgirl    
    We will be getting some snow here, too, but will have a couple of nice days first. It's bright & sunny right now.. but only about 50 degrees.

    Stan-Did you ride Kate, or did your wife go also? Sounds like the trailer loading is going well. Hope Bugs settles down-Stella sounds jealous,hmm?

    With Grace-Do you have a show coming up soon? Or still more training to get ready?

    Hello to all,keep the home fires burning!

    Where's Mont cowboy? Miss your posts!
    Roslyn rode Kate and she was a gem no issues, Kate I mean. Just as well her back was still a little sore after being bucked off.

    My plans for tonight have gone out the window. While you are suffering in silence with winter weather today was a hot one, must be in the high 90s at our place so a reprieve for the horse. I don't have the hart to get him out of the shade and work in this heat.

    The Australians are getting a pasting at present with bush fires raging, homes being raized. There is bound to be some loss of life by the end of it all. New Zealand fire fighters have gone over to assist they really need the extra man power on this one. Seems some fool has light a number of the fires for some fun. Australia is also having a heat wave.
         
        01-09-2013, 09:15 AM
      #6589
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    That is a shame but one question who is the main driving force with horse riding and whats his horse like. Could just be a temporary glitch and that was two questions.
    I think he only rides to keep me happy.

    His horse is too much horse for him. Other than spending money on a new one, she is what we have.
         
        01-09-2013, 12:17 PM
      #6590
    Weanling
    Howdy everyone.
    The new year is off to a busy start.
    Snowstorm possibly on the way for the weekend. My weekend off work, go figure.
         

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