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    12-28-2012, 09:24 AM
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Not exactly warm weather in Sask these days but not the snow and storms of eastern Canada. What area of Sask. Are you from?
     
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    12-28-2012, 09:33 AM
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Oh no! I am so sorry! :( At least you have plenty of time to choose the right owner for your special babies.
     
    12-28-2012, 10:26 AM
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Cacowgirl - Very fast! First viewer and first buyer! Can't believe it has happened as quickly as it has.

Bandit didn't sell... it was a lovely person but she wants to go hunting and wants something with some get up and go plus he wasn't big enough. The lady is over 6ft tall and looking for something bigger - I suggested a clydesdale lol.

Part of me is relieved, the other part is dreading having to keep going through this.

Saddlebag - Raised in Saskatoon, so that is where we are heading to at the moment. In the big plan we're hoping to get out to BC at some stage but thought S'toon was the best option for now. The weather is why we're coming in April, I can let hubby adapt through the spring, get settled in over the summer and then be too afraid to leave the house for the winter lol! Honestly though, I would rather a Sask winter to an Irish one - I can handle snow... this 24/7 rain that lasts 365 days a year is such a PITA... I miss proper summers! :)
     
    12-28-2012, 10:52 AM
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Oh Maple I do know exactly how you feel! You are making the best decision to find homes early, good on you girl. It enables you to really check out the potential owners. Best wishes for it all.
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