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    06-03-2012, 06:47 PM
working in a dark barn ...

I work at a private barn for the summer. Its great. Theres a pony and a horse. Both are nice. :)

So this moring I was sweeping the pony's stall. Then all of a sudden the power goes out. So I was like *hey..what happend* lol so the owner comes down to the barn to tell me the power went out *really?? Lol*

So of course there was no water. So I couldnt refill the water buckets are refill/clean the outside water trough.

I was all done with cleaning the stalls by the time the power went out. So I just had to sweep the floor.

It was kinda boring waiting around in a dark barn with no radio to listen to.

Oh well. Atleast the sun was out.

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