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        02-16-2013, 03:07 AM
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    I cooked dinner for Roslyn tonight Trying to get some brownie points in for when I announce I am considering a new saddle.

    The first photo is the beginning of preperation.
    The meat.
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    The two cuts of leg one from each side so Rambo is now called stumpy
    The ingredients Oil, Americian mustard NZ beer, garlic Bread crums or wheet bix crumbs.
    Cover legs with the mixture and bake.
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    Next is the cooked product
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    Add spuds and greens
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    And because this is not a cooking thread, but a horsey one. Stella looking through the fence while I am cooking.
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    Fed Stella tonight, after Roslyn, and could hear a clicking sound as she walked around.
    (Stella not Roslyn) She has lost one shoe but now it sounds as if the rest are getting a little loose so its up early in the morning take the shoes off give her a quick mustang roll so she does not chip them, and off into the bush for the first real ride bitless. I am confident she will respond well but Ill glue my jeans to the saddle.
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        02-16-2013, 04:54 AM
      #7142
    Weanling
    P.R. I am resisting another rant. I will skip most of the details. My physician left the clinic I go to and I was transferred to an M.D. Who is also a naturapathic physician. He recommended an herb substitute to get me off of Omeprozole which has some nasty side effects. I am on the Omeprozole because of what Warfarin does to your digestive tract. Anyway, the herb caused my INR (Warfarin) reading to drop like a rock to a dangerously low level besides having severe heart burn for four days. I thought the guy was kind of a nut case when I saw him although he meant well. All I wanted was to have my prescriptions rewritten with my new prescription drug plan. I hate taking the drugs but they allow me to maintain a more or less normal life. I will try to get back to the subject of horses.
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        02-16-2013, 05:02 AM
      #7143
    Weanling
    Stella is probably thinking, Leg of Horse. Leg of lamb is about the most expensive meat there is in the U.S.. Do you musicians out there know what Beethoven did after he died? He decomposed. I know....bad. A guy in the checkout line at WalMart was telling me jokes today. I trimmed three horses for a friend this morning. Its a barter thing for firewood. I would rather come out of retirement for 40 minutes than cut a cord of wood. I was thinking that if I was still doing this I could be making $100 an hour.
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        02-16-2013, 07:47 AM
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    Dang, Cody is one nice looking horse!
    Thank you PR. I love my Cody bear. He's such a gent he has spunk but he's such a gentleman
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        02-16-2013, 07:50 AM
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    Criter Sitter.

    I anounce to the world I have egg on my face mountians of it. I confused Cody for a dog. But I gave a good rendition of my imagination working overtime don't you think.
    You did great Stan lol. I'll have to admit I have a dog named kodi too but if doc kicked him I wouldn't have the dog anymore cause little kodi " Lil kodiack bear" is a Yorkie
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        02-16-2013, 02:20 PM
      #7146
    Trained
    Stan that was a lovely dinner you cooked for Roslyn
    I bet it tasted good too

    Critter Sitter I like the picture of Cody waiting

    With Grace looking forward to seeing the video
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        02-16-2013, 03:32 PM
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    Stan that was a lovely dinner you cooked for Roslyn
    I bet it tasted good too

    Critter Sitter I like the picture of Cody waiting

    With Grace looking forward to seeing the video
    Thank you.
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        02-16-2013, 03:55 PM
      #7148
    Weanling
    Can't believe yesterday was 60+ degrees and right now it's snowing like crazy, covered everything in less than 30 min.
    Of course today two minis have come to stay, just a couple weeks till their human mom closes on her new place. They're so cute! I think Star is enjoying the company and Judy is like OMG! Those short critters are multiplying, just don't give them my treats :)
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        02-16-2013, 05:25 PM
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    Awe you will have to share pictures.
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    Can't believe yesterday was 60+ degrees and right now it's snowing like crazy, covered everything in less than 30 min.
    Of course today two minis have come to stay, just a couple weeks till their human mom closes on her new place. They're so cute! I think Star is enjoying the company and Judy is like OMG! Those short critters are multiplying, just don't give them my treats :)
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        02-16-2013, 08:49 PM
      #7150
    Yearling
    Hey everyone! Happy weekend.

    Love reading all the updates from everyone, keep 'em coming.

    Since someone brought up the topic of dogs, thought you may enjoy this video I just took of my Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Turn up the sound!

         

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