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    05-08-2013, 05:48 PM
  #5271
Yearling
Hey guys! Sounds like everyone has some fun plans ahead :)

We are working on the horse trailer! Well, the hubby is mostly lol. He's getting it all ready to paint and repairing a few bad spots. He took up all the flooring and is going to spray it with that undercoating that prevents rust and protects it. There are a few places he is going to weld and then do some bondo on others. I am so excited about this trailer! It's ugly as crap right now but it's going to be a beauty when done!

I led my little Pan on the halter today! We had to break down and just restrain and halter him, and he did perfectly well with it! I was trying to take a gentler approach, but we're running out of time and it is imperative he lead well before our move. I had him walking up and down the barn hall beautifully! He is very intelligent, he caught on right away and new what was being asked of him...didn't mean he wanted to do it, but he sure knew! I should have gotten pictures, but I was too preoccupied lol.
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    05-08-2013, 05:49 PM
  #5272
Yearling
WTH....why did my avatar change back?? This forum is wacky! Stealing TG's avatar and changing mine, and who knows what else! LOL
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    05-08-2013, 06:27 PM
  #5273
Yearling
Next... The avatar... Will be you.... O.O hahahahaha
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    05-08-2013, 06:29 PM
  #5274
Yearling
For those who want to know. Here are some equestrian trails in TX

Places to trail ride in the North Texas area - Fort Worth horses | Examiner.com

And other places that have hiking/riding trails

http://www.texasoutside.com/bikeTrail.html
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    05-08-2013, 07:51 PM
  #5275
Trained
Since some of us are going to be driving long distances and we have the june heat to deal with is there any equine event on the 29th? In Denton, Ft Worth, Dallas?
Im all for riding and meeting at a state park with some sort of facilities in or near it.
Any suggestions? Shalom
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    05-08-2013, 08:36 PM
  #5276
Yearling
How's this for a pregnant belly?
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    05-08-2013, 09:21 PM
  #5277
Yearling
My gosh!!!! Maybe if you tickle her she will laugh so hard the baby will come out! Lol (yes I know all of that is impossible)
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    05-08-2013, 09:40 PM
  #5278
Yearling
I'm so glad everyone is getting to horse around. On our little road trip to San Antone Saturday, there were horse trailers coming and going all over the place. One could look up every thirty minutes and see a huge rig going by loaded for the weekend.

Volunteering to work for hubby twice a week has turned into going almost daily. Hubby had to get rid of his right-hand office person - she was not working out. One of those toxic type personalities/hoarder/vindictive/needy for attention and jealous of everyone - we tried hiring a part time person to help out her position in the office and warehouse 4 different times and she managed to chase them all off. She was a yeller! She would yell at people and get moody and everyone in the office had to walk on eggshells almost daily around her. She worked hard at her job, but she would be better off crunching numbers in a closet somewhere instead of out front with customers.

One of the part time girls employed there for awhile had outstanding qualities and a great personality and I told hubby he should call her and see if she wants to come back when he was fretting over retraining a person for the full-time position. It would save about 6 months of training hiring her PLUS I would be doing her old job for the time being and we always got along really well so look how awesome it could all be?? First thing she asked was whether or not the psycho was gone LOL then she said YES and she is very excited to come back so it IS going to be awesome.

Maybe things will finally get caught up so DH can make it home at a regular dinner hour now instead of 10pm or later every night.

So if I slap my hubby on the butt at work is that considered sexual harassment or sexual HISassment?
     
    05-08-2013, 10:08 PM
  #5279
Yearling
Definitely the latter, Clippity! And TBJ, I'm waiting to see a scary clown or some other gawd awful thing appear in my avatar! Hahaha!

That mare is ready to pop Nuisance! I bet you're anxious and ready for this baby to come.

Thanks for posting all of those riding places, that's a big help to a newcomer like me!

DB, you are welcome to come and sit in our remodeled trailer and cool off in the air conditioning :)
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    05-08-2013, 10:25 PM
  #5280
Yearling
TBJ Our barn cat had kitties yesterday too!
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