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        04-30-2013, 01:19 PM
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    I didn't want to say WHY I'm dizzy. Geeezzz. No secret anymore.

    I'd forgotten that part. Funny!
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        04-30-2013, 02:05 PM
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    Brought Roslyn a present
    No pleasing some people, it even has a holder for her fortified water polite way of saying gin and tonic actually she drinks beer.
    I felt sorry for her spending all day saturdays pushing a mower No pleasing some people, guess I should have got her another horse.

    I forgot the persons name but to the newbe who thought they had the wrong thread. No you are in the right place and we do talk about horses.




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        04-30-2013, 02:10 PM
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    Woke up this morning to SNOW! Ughhh....the forecast says 70s by the weekend, and I am praying that holds true thru all next week. We leave for the show on Tuesday, and sleeping in my truck each night with freezing temps is going to be pretty hard on my joints!

    Thanks all for the lamb recipes...am going to try one tonight and see how it goes. I blew my grocery budget by buying this, so am hoping I don't screw it up!

    Last two rides tomorrow and Thursday before we leave...only have test 1 and 2 memorized, going to need a caller for the third at the show. My brain is at capacity!

    Why not set up a camp stretcher in the horse float and take a gass heater. That's how we do it and also a tent. Warm yourself up with a little tipple and enjoy yourself and good luck.
         
        04-30-2013, 02:15 PM
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Brought Roslyn a present
    No pleasing some people, it even has a holder for her fortified water polite way of saying gin and tonic actually she drinks beer.
    I felt sorry for her spending all day saturdays pushing a mower No pleasing some people, guess I should have got her another horse.

    I forgot the persons name but to the newbe who thought they had the wrong thread. No you are in the right place and we do talk about horses.




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    I can't stand it Stan. We MUST be related. We had a couple of acres of lawns in New Hampshire and a long "U" shaped driveway. So it's valentine's day and I have a good sized John Deere lawn tractor delivered for cutting the lawn AND a heated cab attachment with snow blower. I TOO pointed out the cup holder. Happy Valentine's day honey!
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        04-30-2013, 02:58 PM
      #8345
    Green Broke
    Take a hammock and stretch it across the inside of the horse trailer. If it's a stock type trailer then take a tarp to cover it and add a portable heater. Voila!!! Camping


    I must admit that I love sleeping in hammocks when its cooler weather. Well any weather to be honest..lol
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        04-30-2013, 03:24 PM
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    My name is Linda. I am 61. I rode for many years, but became disabled and have not ridden in several years. I have started physical therapy with a therapist who promises I will ride again. I am a quarter horse person, and have always wanted a palomino, though I love horses and animals of all kinds.
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        04-30-2013, 03:30 PM
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    My name is Linda. I am 61. I rode for many years, but became disabled and have not ridden in several years. I have started physical therapy with a therapist who promises I will ride again. I am a quarter horse person, and have always wanted a palomino, though I love horses and animals of all kinds.
    Hey cowgirl and welcome to our ahhhh.... ahhhh... mature group? You might want to get to know some of us (or perhaps not) by going back a few pages. Some have lots of photos so you can catch up fast and jump in or .... jump out.

    Me? You can find some info on me and others back pages too. I just jumped in and .... felt right at home with this group.

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        04-30-2013, 03:48 PM
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    Green Broke
    Welcome Linda. Glad to have you around and hope you enjoy our company.




    I guess I could add a photo to the buttocks collection.

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        04-30-2013, 03:51 PM
      #8349
    Green Broke
    Welcome cowgirl, where do you live? Maybe when you are better you can come ride my Quarter horse/welsh cross Palomino. If he has matured some by then that is. Great bunch of folks here.
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        04-30-2013, 04:02 PM
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Brought Roslyn a present
    No pleasing some people, it even has a holder for her fortified water polite way of saying gin and tonic actually she drinks beer.
    I felt sorry for her spending all day saturdays pushing a mower No pleasing some people, guess I should have got her another horse.

    I forgot the persons name but to the newbe who thought they had the wrong thread. No you are in the right place and we do talk about horses.




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    Stan, my DH once bought me a weedeater for my birthday. I think that both of you need to learn a few things about women.
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