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        08-19-2012, 09:03 PM
    Welcome El Paso, glad to have ya!

    CC - I took a picture outside in the natural light of I side,front, and back. Will post them when I get home later :)
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        08-19-2012, 09:30 PM
    Originally Posted by El Paso    
    Hey Y'all. As you can probably guess I'm from El Paso thanks to my username. I was born and raised here.
    Welcome. I lived in Canutillo for 3 years when I was little (3 - 6). My grandfather was the prison psychiatrist at La Tuna Federal Prison in Anthony, and my dad was a prison guard there...
        08-19-2012, 09:38 PM
    Thanks for the welcome!

    Can't believe summers almost over for my kiddos. They go back a week from Monday, well most of them except my 3 year old sun Kyle.
        08-19-2012, 09:40 PM
    Originally Posted by Kayella    
    No one went to the Horseman's market?
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    I went, it sucked! Took less than 10 minutes to go thru the whole thing. The used saddles were more expensive thanthe new. Mostly knick knacks, clothes, too expensive tack. Very disappointed. But, my GF and I had a ball, despite the storms, 60mph winds, near white out with the rain. Stopped by a produce stand, got some fresh veggies/fruit (had fried green tomatoes for supper tonight! ). Stopped at the Wall's outlet in Cleburn (Cleaburn?) they were having a clearance. Everyone's getting Jackets for Christmas! $60-100 Jackets for $15-20. Got DH some insulated cover alls, $110, for $30. New welding shirts. Over $1000 stuff for $330! Teskey's in Weatherford was closed by the time we got there. But, just the time I spent with my friend, the laughs we shared, was well worth the trip.

    I got a new Bosal with Machate at the trade show at the Ranch Round up for $85. The same one at the Horemans market was $350!
        08-19-2012, 09:40 PM
    Originally Posted by Faceman    
    Welcome. I lived in Canutillo for 3 years when I was little (3 - 6). My grandfather was the prison psychiatrist at La Tuna Federal Prison in Anthony, and my dad was a prison guard there...
    Nice family…
        08-19-2012, 10:23 PM
    Bummer that the Horseman's Market was a dud.
    Now I'm really glad I didn't go.
        08-19-2012, 10:24 PM
    Country Boy allow me to remind you that if you get bucked off by a donkey you keep that to yourself.
    About posting all those things that caused you to sweat remember alot of these women have young daughters.. and Horses.
    All those skills you are posting about I bet they think your one hell of a hired hand.
    I have 2 full time and 2 partime emlyees and I can't get that much work out of all of them combined in one day.
    How much do you get paid?
    Explain to me and everyone else again why you were riding said donkey?

    I am back at the farm again it seems that Jesus has contracted West Nile.
    His father and mother are besides thmeselves .
    They were very supportive and watched my place like it was thiers while daughter has been hospitalized. Now I can do the same for them. Shalom
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        08-19-2012, 10:54 PM
    I was riding Trey the Donkey because I felt like trying to do something crazy. As you can probably tell once I've worked for 6-7 maybe 8 hours strait I do some wild stuff. Last time I worked this much strait I painted bullet green. (not my best idea) those are just my chores at home. I don't really get paid…

    Sorry to hear about Jesus.
        08-19-2012, 10:56 PM
    I'd bring you out here to do some labor Country Boy. 15 bucks an hour lol!
        08-19-2012, 11:00 PM
    I have a donkey he is named after a dar dealer in Dallas
    Big Billy Barret we call him billy.
    I bought him at an auction 13 years ago to start the bidding off at 25 $ I was the only one that bid.
    I soon found my self the owner of a 4 month old never been touched donkey.
    He promptly got very sick the next day and that cost me 125$.
    I had to hand feed and water him and he has been gentle as a lamb ever since.
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