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        05-12-2013, 01:30 PM
    Lol Stan!
    Yes, still have that horse.
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        05-12-2013, 04:14 PM
    I also wanted to wish everyone's Happy Mothers Day!!! Hope it's grand!!

    AlexS. Bless your heart for all you do with those kiddos!!!
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        05-12-2013, 04:52 PM
    Happy Mother's Day to all out there too! Big wind storm here! Batten down the hatches!
        05-12-2013, 05:31 PM
    I guess that I'd better git wit it!

    My wife and I are not big on holidays. EVERY day is a holiday with what she can find to buy.

    I'm thinking of getting even on Monday and looking at a run down, not used, owners out of the country stable that's been for sale for years. Only 15 acres with 16 stalls but lots of areas to ride. Main house and others building I expect to need a lot of work. I'll see and I'm determined to .... show her that I can spend money too.


    Our mocking bird that would sing every morning and evening had stopped singing some time ago but see him around. I Finally spotted the nest and see the two new chicks. Well hidden and I can not get a photo.

    Alex? HOW MANY KIDS ARE WITH YOU? You come down to be my play pretend wife in the east wing; you come alone. We done already raised our kids.

    But to ALL of you gals that have/had to raise children and put up with us guys... A SINCERE HAPPY MOTHERS DAY to you.

    You too Roadyy and Stan.
        05-12-2013, 07:10 PM
    Sorry. Playing with new camera and programs... not working.
        05-12-2013, 08:36 PM
    Have your wife teach you how to load photos from the new camera. Snork! Just teasing!


    Had a fantastic ride this afternoon.
    But didn't bring my camera. Sorry!
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        05-12-2013, 08:48 PM
    Originally Posted by Prairie Rose    
    Have your wife teach you how to load photos from the new camera. Snork! Just teasing!


    Had a fantastic ride this afternoon.
    But didn't bring my camera. Sorry!
    I read this and moved on but had to come back for best word that describes and that word stayed with me. Just like what Sereno does on my shirt every chance he gets.

    Thanks for the
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        05-12-2013, 10:23 PM
    Made a surprise visit to check out the dun again. No was terrible today! Frigid and windy, brrrrr. Jogged over there when sun popped out for a minute and went in the pasture to get a few more shots.

    More info: he is 10 years old. About 15.2 hands. Stocky 1000 or more pounds. Is the horse they "put everyone including children on" Low man on the totem pole at their barn. Walked right up to me, but shies a bit when you reach for his head, but doesn't walk a way.
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        05-12-2013, 10:26 PM
    One more pic.

    Again, no hurry here to find another I am not going to make a hasty decision.....obviously will ride a time or two or three. Have a text out to a mutual friend to see their honest thoughts on this horse .

    Oh, my interest is basic trail riding. I don't plan on showing or anything. I'm done with that life style !! Lol
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        05-12-2013, 10:31 PM
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    Woof, too much to respind to every post since my last visit.

    I hope everyone had an amazing weekend, especially Sereno on this lovely day.

    Me and the two DDs took DW out to lunch after church service then came home to let her relax. I spent some time with her before going to work with the other mother on the property and give her some much needed attention.











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