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        06-01-2013, 12:16 AM
      #5921
    Yearling
    Holiday park is where they are.
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        06-01-2013, 01:57 PM
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    Hope everyoneis having a great Saturday!
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        06-01-2013, 10:07 PM
      #5923
    Yearling
    GREAT Saturday here - we did a mini flash mob ZUMBA style at the Color Run here this morning. Never been to one of these before (the color run) - they throw color on the runners at different stations throughout the race and everyone gets powder tye-dyed. It was a blast! Afterwards me and some fellow instructors got up on stage and did a couple of songs and just cut loose and had a blast. I soaked in the pool for an hour and took a shower with soap and I STILL look like a rainbow in all of my nooks, crannies and creases....HAHA!

    I also crossed over onto the wild side and joined FB. Going to give them an honest chance - we will see how it goes.

    Hope everyone is having a great weekend so far!
         
        06-01-2013, 10:12 PM
      #5924
    Yearling
    ^^^
    Powder tye-died... Nu were you there? Haha
    Nu did the weather let you all ride today?
         
        06-01-2013, 11:42 PM
      #5925
    Foal
    DBA - please add me tentatively to the list for the get together. And thanks to all the TX'ers who posted the wonderful photos! It's such a treat to see them. I sure can identify with the 'snake lady'. We recently had one cooling itself on the outside window ledge of our living room and the cat would jump up on the inside ledge and swipe at it. The snake would strike and bounce it's nose off the glass, the cat would run and then come back. Since I know next to zilch about snakes other than rattlers are NOT good to meet up with, and DH knows even less, I called and a Deputy came out and looked and told me it was an aggressive but non-venomous chicken snake. I have no chickens, not even any kooties that I know of, so am thinking he might have been on a rest stop after visiting a neighbor's coop up the road a ways. Anyway, the snake was about 4 ft (which translates to about 10 in my mind) and not happy with the human gawkers and eventually dropped off the ledge and porch and disappeared. We do have other snakes around the pond but they usually disappear once we mow or the horses get more active.
    On another subject - is the get together easy to get to? I've never been to FTW and would be coming on I-30 from east.
    Good week to y'all.
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        06-01-2013, 11:47 PM
      #5926
    Foal
    Forgot to mention. A neighbor needed to downsize and gave me a little white mule a couple weeks ago. She's just a hoot to be with and we love her braying and playing. Boy does she love to be scratched and loved on. She's around 7 yrs and about 12hh and seems to be part Appy - at least with quite a few of the Appy characteristics - although she does have a long tail! Her name is Skye and gets along with my horse Storm. Sounds like the makings for a Western song - Storm and Skye - or a romance novel.
         
        06-02-2013, 02:44 AM
      #5927
    Trained
    Everyone can come to the meet and greet mtndreamer. It is easy access to will rogers from I30. Infact a straight shot. Just let us know and tell me what size tshirt you need.
    Everyone kctop and her husband are truly wonderful people.
    They have replaced the roof on my shed for the horses, sold a horse for me, and are the most friendly people you will ever meet.
    I have to call her in the morning to thank her and apologize for not spending time with them today while they were repairing the roof.
    I was busy loading a yearling filly into a trailer to send her away to wean and halter break her.
    She is going to be taught to lead, load, clip, bathe, and stand for farrier.
    She is the yearling filly in the last pictures kctop posted of my horses.
    Kctop if you read this before I call thanks and please accept my apology. Shalom
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        06-02-2013, 09:55 AM
      #5928
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    No need yo apologize dba, just glad we could help. Our friend loves that horse and so do I. I have anotber friend that's looking for a barrel horse or even a good prozpect if you have any ideas???
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        06-02-2013, 11:31 AM
      #5929
    Trained
    Kctop, the bay filly would make a great prospect, or even Flame.
    Let me know if they want to come out and see them. Shalom
         
        06-02-2013, 11:58 AM
      #5930
    Green Broke
    Morning everyone!

    We apparently got some rain this morning(I slept through it :P). Thank goodness! I've been overflowing the water buckets the past couple weeks to keep the boys' hooves from getting too dry.
         

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