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post #6181 of 10872 Old 06-13-2013, 06:18 PM
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Tag? I havent played tag in 45 years. Shalom
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post #6182 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 08:43 AM
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Hahaha!

Leaving our hotel in Knoxville, heading to visit a friend in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
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post #6183 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 09:11 AM
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Happy Friday!! Thank goodness
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post #6184 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 09:49 AM
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Amen kay.... And a happy friday it will be!!!!!! Work, dinner, horses then jam night at church!!!!!!
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post #6185 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 01:19 PM
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You're right near me cyn! I'm just outside of Knoxville :)

Guys, I am beyond massively stressed about this move. Mostly the drive...I haven't pulled a horse trailer before, and I'm breaking the ice by driving one over 1,000 miles!! I'm so worried something is going to happen it's literally making me sick. I don't wanna be stranded in Texarkana...waaahhhhhh!!!! :'(
We've decided for the safety of the horses and the summer heat we will drive at night. We plan on pulling out of here around 5 in the evening, which should put us at the new place around 9-10 am. We will sleep the day before, plus I have made this trip down and back round trip already (that was torture! Literally drove down, was there for an hour and turned around and drove back) so I'm not worried about pulling an all nighter. I'M JUST WORRIED IN GENERAL!! GAHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Anyways hope you are all doing well, thanks for listening to me whine and fret.
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post #6186 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 01:31 PM
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Don't feel bad DBA I don't fully understand the tagging concept either!
Trying to adjust to tbe heat. Had a great ride on my mare tbis morning, out in one of the pastures since they were wetting then raking rhe arena. Now waiting on a friend to finish bailing so we can lift my big trailer with the tractor so I can raise it up about 6 inches higher on the jack so I can get it on my truck. I'm not quite ready to part with it yet, but if someone took it off my hands tomorrow I wouldn't shed any tears
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post #6187 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 01:39 PM
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I feel you on the trailering nervousness, Ems. I get nervous any time I haul Henny, and he's been hauled around 2 dozen times since October! He's a pro at it now and has really started to calm down. At first, he would PACE circles WHILE we were moving down the highway!! Now he's a lot more calm and will stand and munch on hay most of the time. I've only had an accident once where the trailer popped off the hitch while was totally my fault. It happened just as we were about to leave the barn. I swear, it was like engraved into us. I had his lead rope already, got him and he jumped out the teetering trailer, tied him to the fence, got the trailer back on, and he loaded up again no problem. The whole thing took 5 minutes and Henny was a SAINT the entire time. I was shaking afterwards, but I didn't even give anything a thought while I was getting him out of there. Have I mentioned lately how much I love my baby?
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post #6188 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 01:40 PM
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EMS sending some positive energy your way. I'm sure you'll feel a lot better once you guys get on your way.
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post #6189 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 02:05 PM
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I wouldnt worry about be stranded in Texarkana It those moutains that you come down that would worry me.
Just take it slow and easy you will make it and you will be fine.
By the time you get here you will be a seasoned hauler and everyone will want you to hual their horses. Need my address for your first pick up and delivery?
Relax EMS people have been moving livestock from Tennesse to Texas. Sam Houston, and Davy Crockett are just the most famous ones. RELAX!!!! Shalom
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post #6190 of 10872 Old 06-14-2013, 10:33 PM
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Yikes Kay good thing you were still at the barn and not out on the road!

Thanks for the positive vibes, out :)

Dba, thanks for the encouragement. I know I'm being a bit of a spaz...I'm just worried so much because I will have precious cargo. Not just in the trailer but my girls in my vehicle! Oh, and I would be happy to haul some horses for you :)
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