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post #261 of 4452 Old 09-14-2013, 01:56 AM
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Separate beds or rooms......... what is the old saying? Absence makes the heart grow fonder

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It also makes the memory grow dim

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post #262 of 4452 Old 09-14-2013, 02:06 AM
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Stan, it's about snoring..............

Also, people do allow visitation.
I know my wife snores something terrible, it rattles the windows not to mention the lights swinging on the cables.

Its not often one get to see a woman admitting to snoring. With the experience I have with Roslyn I do understand how your other half may feel.

As for visitation. I still like the chase

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post #263 of 4452 Old 09-14-2013, 11:15 AM
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As for visitation. I still like the chase
Not much of a chase if you are in the same bed,
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post #264 of 4452 Old 09-14-2013, 11:18 AM
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^^ That's about as far as I have the stamina to chase....
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post #265 of 4452 Old 09-14-2013, 10:32 PM
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Not much of a chase if you are in the same bed,
Well that would depend on how big the bed is. However let me explain the chase. Its starts of with a dinner in one of our more prefered restaurants in Dargavile not a lot to chose from and not much better than a take away fast food but we try. A drink or two of what ever the object of my affections fancies A $ value is kept an eye on. I would normally advise the waiter to only bring a vintage within a set price range. Beer or sprit no price limit, I'm shouting.

A cheese board to finish the meal and then perhaps a strole along the beach but not to far just enough to get blood flowing again. Then its home and sit infront of the fire in a lazey boy rocker, a coffee with a touch of white rum. She normally wakes me in the morning. So I can go to work.

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post #266 of 4452 Old 09-15-2013, 01:07 AM
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Hah, I have the old man, the grandkid and the cat in bed with me, oh and Gramps likes the fan on at all times. Sometimes he gets up in in the middle of the night, takes his fan and goes into the grandkid's room and sleeps.
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post #267 of 4452 Old 09-15-2013, 02:04 AM
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Stan, it's about snoring..............

Also, people do allow visitation.


This! Many times, this!
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post #268 of 4452 Old 09-15-2013, 02:05 AM
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Well that would depend on how big the bed is. However let me explain the chase. Its starts of with a dinner in one of our more prefered restaurants in Dargavile not a lot to chose from and not much better than a take away fast food but we try. A drink or two of what ever the object of my affections fancies A $ value is kept an eye on. I would normally advise the waiter to only bring a vintage within a set price range. Beer or sprit no price limit, I'm shouting.

A cheese board to finish the meal and then perhaps a strole along the beach but not to far just enough to get blood flowing again. Then its home and sit infront of the fire in a lazey boy rocker, a coffee with a touch of white rum. She normally wakes me in the morning. So I can go to work.

That sounds so appealing, why would anyone run from that?
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post #269 of 4452 Old 09-15-2013, 11:19 AM
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Hi everyone I am new to this group, I fit your age requirment I haven't ridden in 30 years and just bought a horse I kept saying no, no. But took a riding lesson to see how I felt and I love the smell of a sweaty horse and leather.. so back in the saddle again, but boy the horses seem so big and it took me 30 minutes to adjust tack and figure out new things, this cinch with rollers on the buckle I just don't get. I just bought a 5 year old paint gelding (medicine hat) I have a farm so room isn't a problem. He is slow and quiet perfect for first timer again.. any suggestions are appreciated. I just want to trail ride Deb
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post #270 of 4452 Old 09-15-2013, 11:45 AM
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Hi Deb, pleased to meet you, how can anyone make any suggestions yet, apart from please share pics of you and your horse
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