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        05-26-2013, 12:24 AM
      #9561
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    Stan I was typing at the time of the last post, and so it wasn't meant in the context it is now reading. I was only joking, before things kinda went in a different direction. Hang on and will address that in a second.
    AlexS I don't have a problem and I have not read anything in a negative sense.
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        05-26-2013, 12:45 AM
      #9562
    Yearling
    AlexS: I keep trying, get down to my last, & go buy another pack, but am @ the wire. Patches too heavy-duty for me, try cutting them in half. I may just need to cold-turkey (amongst all else courageous things I have in mind). Thanks all for the "western" support, I do think that's where I need to go; very idea of that saddle is comforting (as is Australian; I had one & sold it. If ever can have/need a saddle, I'll be looking @ Australian..but that's in future-thought). Right now: just need candles/prayers that my spaghetti-trying will manifest soon. Really appreciate you guys, you're great. Oh: my weird job is an EMT/peace officer @ a large "active adult" community.
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        05-26-2013, 12:50 AM
      #9563
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    Originally Posted by tjtalon    
    AlexS: I keep trying, get down to my last, & go buy another pack, but am @ the wire. Patches too heavy-duty for me, try cutting them in half. I may just need to cold-turkey (amongst all else courageous things I have in mind). Thanks all for the "western" support, I do think that's where I need to go; very idea of that saddle is comforting (as is Australian; I had one & sold it. If ever can have/need a saddle, I'll be looking @ Australian..but that's in future-thought). Right now: just need candles/prayers that my spaghetti-trying will manifest soon. Really appreciate you guys, you're great. Oh: my weird job is an EMT/peace officer @ a large "active adult" community.

    I live down under down under what is an EMT/peace officer
         
        05-26-2013, 12:52 AM
      #9564
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by tjtalon    
    AlexS: I keep trying, get down to my last, & go buy another pack, but am @ the wire. Patches too heavy-duty for me, try cutting them in half. I may just need to cold-turkey (amongst all else courageous things I have in mind). Thanks all for the "western" support, I do think that's where I need to go; very idea of that saddle is comforting (as is Australian; I had one & sold it. If ever can have/need a saddle, I'll be looking @ Australian..but that's in future-thought). Right now: just need candles/prayers that my spaghetti-trying will manifest soon. Really appreciate you guys, you're great. Oh: my weird job is an EMT/peace officer @ a large "active adult" community.

    Just be sure if you look at an Aussie saddle to get a real one, belive me there is a difference. I have an endurance one and it is much lighter than the regular ones and very comfy. I find that I can ride all day in it while a western saddle hurt my knees. Can't wait to hear about your riding adventures.
         
        05-26-2013, 12:54 AM
      #9565
    Green Broke
    Awe Sereno are you OK, you know my comments about teasing you were only in jest right? This forum would not be the same without you and Stan and Roaddy believe me. You all bring valuable information and insight to this forum (and Stan with his jokes?... love it)
         
        05-26-2013, 01:00 AM
      #9566
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    Originally Posted by Stan    
    I live down under down under what is an EMT/peace officer

    Am not sure myself, but EMT, is usually an ambulance worker = hero.
         
        05-26-2013, 01:01 AM
      #9567
    Green Broke
    I love it too!! I would miss this thread without those three for sure!!! If it will make you feel better I will come ppppppp on your pasture!!! Hehehehe. I don't know what happened here but I am sorry if some how I contributed to it in any way. I like the banter and cause some of it myself.

    Edit: I in no way think that one sex is better than the other. I didn't burn my bra and enjoy being treated like a lady. Does not mean I am incapable of doing things, I just like it and appreciate it from a gentleman.
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        05-26-2013, 01:05 AM
      #9568
    Green Broke
    OK well I can't just show the purple tail without showing the rest of the costume. This was a few years ago at a halloween fun day for a local horse rescue. I DO NOT do blonde well at all. I was supposed to ride but he was on excitement overload so I couldn't ride any more. We didn't win contest but got pumpkins for having the cutest pony
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        05-26-2013, 01:08 AM
      #9569
    Green Broke
    Ok here is my real tail pict
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    Here is Hunter in the field today, WHEE!!!!!
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        05-26-2013, 01:08 AM
      #9570
    Green Broke
    ^^^ I love it!!!
         

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