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post #201 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:32 PM
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I'm also "guilty" of putting my dogs in the back of the truck, they love it! Especially when we take them to swim in the river!
Oh no worries, Cowchick and I hashed that out and we're good now But what fun!!! River swimming must be a blast! Very cold though haha
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post #202 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:35 PM
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People that down pick up after their horse (what comes out of the rear)
Stuff that is left out and around (Fly masks, poop scoopers etc.)
When the tack rooms door is left open (do you want mice to eat your tack?)
People that drive SOOOO slow!!!
When people are just stupid
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post #203 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:39 PM
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Oh no worries, Cowchick and I hashed that out and we're good now But what fun!!! River swimming must be a blast! Very cold though haha
Yeah, only in the summer!
That would be a Cooold ride home!

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post #204 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:42 PM
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Why? =o What do you haul with (if you haul) ?

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post #205 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:43 PM
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I hate trying to catch my old horse (who is now the lesson horse) from the pasture after he's been out there for a few days. It takes me at least an hour and the help of 3 other people. Dang pasture is too big and he's too fast!
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Dodge Ram 1500. Put over 1k in engine mods to make it have even more torque and brute power.



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post #207 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:44 PM
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Oh, my #1 people problem, store clerks who cut in front of you in an aisle or stand there talking in your way to an item!!! Whatever happened to courtesy? GIT OUTTA MY WAY, please.

You can get a lot further with a ladder than you can with crutches!!
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post #208 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 05:52 PM
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I have to laugh with all the people who lamented about their horses who poop in their hay!!!! Geez, I'm trying to keep you alive! Don't you know how much that cost!!!
I'd LOVE to see the look on my husbands face if I let one loose on my plate! LOL!

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I have to laugh with all the people who lamented about their horses who poop in their hay!!!! Geez, I'm trying to keep you alive! Don't you know how much that cost!!!
I'd LOVE to see the look on my husbands face if I let one loose on my plate! LOL!

I had to laugh at this... since I am cooking dinner right now....

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post #210 of 303 Old 01-18-2012, 06:36 PM
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when ppl have never been around horses, then buy one an act like they know everyyyy thing about them>=|
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