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        02-23-2013, 11:19 PM
      #7271
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    Originally Posted by Prairie Rose    
    Hauled my horses to the farrier a few weeks ago. He built a nice heated shop-barn combination last summer. Awesome!

    Got taxes done today. Gub'ment wants more of my money. Go figure.
    Got to pay for the inflation adjusted increase the politician get for trimming the cost of government expenditure which we are paying for while employing the politician who requires the inflation adjusted pay increase each year so they can continue to live the affluent lifestyle we pay them for as our elected representive.

    How come, those we elect into power, don't give us, their employer, an inflation adjusted pay increase each year so we to can have a steak now and again, not to mention a leg of KFC.

    Think Ill have a beer and start dinner before she who must be obeyed gets home from work.
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        02-23-2013, 11:53 PM
      #7272
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    No pick up of the mare today. Buyer had trailer issues. Uuug. I did get a new headstall and breast collar though.


    Lewis and Clark even came through here.


    Here's the new headstall

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        02-24-2013, 12:11 AM
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    Critter Sitter I love the headstall
    Very nice
         
        02-24-2013, 02:07 AM
      #7274
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    Short question
    Who uses a wireless camera in there horse trailer.
    I am considering installing a camera but some research first.
    Any info and recommendations welcome
         
        02-24-2013, 02:25 PM
      #7275
    Yearling
    Scuffy continues to improve. There have been 4 piles of poop since yesterday morning. Not enough, but better than nothing! And he has started drinking a little. Jeff fed him some watermelon chunks today and Scuffy couldn't get enough!

    I was able to hop on Isabella bareback with her rope halter today. It was still too muddy to do any real riding but I don't want her to forget that her job is to carry me around!

    Grace, so jealous that you are in Maui!
    Critter, beautiful headstall!!
    Montana, good to see you back around.

    I bought a new car yesterday. It is a 2013 Ford Escape 4 x 4 and has so much technology that is going to take me months to figure out how to work the heat and
    A/C. It is all done my voice command. I fear my new car is smarter than I am.
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        02-24-2013, 02:33 PM
      #7276
    Trained
    Hi Corgi
    Congratulations with your new car
    Have fun with all the bells and whistles
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        02-24-2013, 04:31 PM
      #7277
    Yearling
    Corgi, have fun with the new car!

    CW, I so hope your knee gets better. I don't like hearing you fear that you won't ever be able to ride after all.

    Stan, I believe that With Grace mounted a wireless camera in her trailer for Ms. Kestrel during her trailer training period.

    Off to my great-nephew's 2nd birthday party....he's a cutie. Loves his Corgi dog, Daisy and his John Deere toys...Makes me wish I had grandkids already, but with the 2 offspring on the East Coast it would break my heart not to be able to see them....
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        02-24-2013, 04:47 PM
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    Corgi have fun with that new car

    I've never seen a trailer camera but sounds pretty simple.
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        02-24-2013, 04:56 PM
      #7279
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    Originally Posted by Ladytrails    
    Corgi, have fun with the new car!

    CW, I so hope your knee gets better. I don't like hearing you fear that you won't ever be able to ride after all.

    Stan, I believe that With Grace mounted a wireless camera in her trailer for Ms. Kestrel during her trailer training period.

    Off to my great-nephew's 2nd birthday party....he's a cutie. Loves his Corgi dog, Daisy and his John Deere toys...Makes me wish I had grandkids already, but with the 2 offspring on the East Coast it would break my heart not to be able to see them....
    the doctor told me I should not ride but I am not a quitter
    I am going to try this summer
         
        02-24-2013, 06:57 PM
      #7280
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    If I listened to doctors, I would have quit riding years ago. I figure if I didn't ride, I wouldn't need the doctor to help with all these aching joints, so they should be glad that I ride.
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