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        01-14-2013, 12:32 PM
      #6661
    Green Broke
    Hahaha Stan I used to have fish but freshwater. When my daughter was little she would turn the heat up when I wasn't looking. So many times I would open the lid to have steam rising out. Most fish died but I had 2 pink kissing fish that survived. They even survived my daughter emptying out a whole pack of cigarettes one by one into the tank. THAT was nasty the water was all brown and yellow. We used to joke that if someone lit a cigarette the fish would come to that side of the tank looking for a puff as they were now addicted.
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        01-14-2013, 03:35 PM
      #6662
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by Cacowgirl    
    CW- hope you feel better soon. Can't hubby help you out of the bath? It's so nice to soak in hot water-does that help things ?
    I have to kneel to get out so that is not an option and since we rent
    We can not change the Tub
         
        01-14-2013, 03:39 PM
      #6663
    Trained
    Well friends its snowing here today
    And its cold here today.

    I am icing my knee still
         
        01-14-2013, 03:43 PM
      #6664
    Started
    He looks like my barn managers stud colt.... pretty!!!
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    Originally Posted by Prairie Rose    
    I am staying inside trying to keep warm, and was looking at some pictures I have on the computer. Thought I'd share a few with you.

    This was taken a lot of years ago when I was riding in the canyons in the Badlands in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
    Here is a small band of mustangs we rode upon. I've since seen that roan colt on other rides out there--he grew up mighty handsome.
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        01-14-2013, 03:45 PM
      #6665
    Trained
    Very nice horse
         
        01-14-2013, 11:12 PM
      #6666
    Started
    A word from Montana folks, he said to say Hi thought i'd cut and past and let him do it himself.

    Snow bound.. frozen. And been out chasing wolfs and some mountain lions for predator control. Tell every one howdy from me. Been having some computer problems. Or its like me. The colder it gets the slower it gets..lol. Hope your doing good. Hope your horse is doing great. Had one that ran into a post and hurt her front forarm pretty good. She is walking lots better.swelling is down. Just a shame its my fight through the snow drift horse. So my next best snow horse isnt that good. But I guess its good for him to learn how to. About zero right now and tomorrow there is a rancher that lost some young yearlings to predators so im heading up to his ranch early tomorrow and do some chasing. Your weather is sounding better and better..lol. Talk soon. Tell every one hi from montana. Scott
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        01-14-2013, 11:56 PM
      #6667
    Started
    Hi Scott hurry back I love your stories darlin.
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Stan    
    A word from Montana folks, he said to say Hi thought i'd cut and past and let him do it himself.

    Snow bound.. frozen. And been out chasing wolfs and some mountain lions for predator control. Tell every one howdy from me. Been having some computer problems. Or its like me. The colder it gets the slower it gets..lol. Hope your doing good. Hope your horse is doing great. Had one that ran into a post and hurt her front forarm pretty good. She is walking lots better.swelling is down. Just a shame its my fight through the snow drift horse. So my next best snow horse isnt that good. But I guess its good for him to learn how to. About zero right now and tomorrow there is a rancher that lost some young yearlings to predators so im heading up to his ranch early tomorrow and do some chasing. Your weather is sounding better and better..lol. Talk soon. Tell every one hi from montana. Scott
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        01-15-2013, 01:12 PM
      #6668
    Green Broke
    Well so much for no vet bills in 2013. I certainly hope this isn't an omen. Went to take Pepper for her evening walk and the new neighbors big yellow dog came bounding at us yet again. Not sure what happened but Pepper yelped and then was standing on 3 legs with her back one up in the air. Off to the vets we go and it turns out she dislocated her knee and will most likely require surgery. The good thing is that she isn't in any pain but it went out again this morning on our walk, luckily it went back in so we could continue. Oy vey its only January.

    This is my Pepper
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        01-15-2013, 01:38 PM
      #6669
    Green Broke
    Hopefully, it will be a good year & let some others fork up the vet's salary.
         
        01-15-2013, 03:17 PM
      #6670
    Trained
    Awe Hunter I am sorry through this with \Pepper
    He is sure cute
    I wish Pepper all the luck with his surgery

    Hunter What Breed is Pepper?
         

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