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  1. Admin_Yungster
    07-11-2015 11:57 PM - permalink
    Sue this is Yung..testing the visitor's message on your page. Write back with something to test. :)
  2. egrogan
    07-04-2015 12:13 PM - permalink
    Hi Sue, somehow I keep missing when I get private messages, so I just saw this now. But yes, I would love to have that recipe. We've been getting into more Mediterranean/North African cooking lately and this would be great to try.
  3. Woodhaven
    06-30-2015 08:59 PM - permalink
    Hi Sue, I don't have many pictures of my standardbred, some black and white ones as this was back in the 1950's but I will see if I can find them and get them scanned into the computer to send to you. He was a great horse for someone who didn't know much about horses at that time.
    Take care Bonny
  4. PaintEqualBlueRibbons
    06-28-2015 10:59 PM - permalink
    Weather isn't great hear 108F last week....I'm glad you had good experience with goat milk I never did like it nor did my family or friends it tasted really goaty.
  5. PaintEqualBlueRibbons
    06-26-2015 10:56 PM - permalink
    Hey Sue your place is so pretty! Is that camel yours? If it is he/she is adorable,oh and you wanted to hear about goat tying,well I don't do it any more because we got rid of our goats we had at one time 15 borer meat goats and 25 alpine milking goats but it was fun ! Ps,don't milk goats they kick you in head when you try to milk them and too top it off their milk taste awful!
  6. egrogan
    06-21-2015 02:43 PM - permalink
    Hi Sue, somehow I missed seeing this message the other day. But, so glad to hear the risotto worked well for you. That is truly one of my favorite recipes of all time!
  7. Woodhaven
    06-18-2015 06:53 PM - permalink
    Hello Sue, I just thought I would let you know that I took my mare to a show a couple of weeks ago, her first show and my first in 7 years. I was so pleased with her, she behaved really well and we got 2 firsts and one second. This was in dressage and because she has not had much schooling and our canters leave much to be desired yet and I only have the pasture to school in and as I get older, I am much more particular about the footing, I don't do much cantering so I just did the walk trot but she was really good.
    The next show we will do training level and just do our best with the canters. We are hoping to put some sand down on a level spot in the field so I will get schooling more then. When we get our canters better ( she had some problems with it before I bought her) I will do some freestyles as I really like doing them.
    I hope you and your family are all well. Bonny
  8. deserthorsewoman
    06-16-2015 11:48 AM - permalink
    Breaking Bad is, I believe, filmed around Albuquerque. I'm in the upper NW corner. Much more rugged. BUT...true 4 seasons with snow around Christmas. 5500ft elevation. That was hard, coming from sea level Italy and California. Like I said, google 4 corners, and Shiprock, Farmington and Bisti Badlands. That's my area
    So, where in Italy did you land? I was in Tuscany, near Pisa.
  9. deserthorsewoman
    06-16-2015 09:36 AM - permalink
    Hi Sue
    Blusy is still alive,I had to rehome her when I left Italy in 2011. Same with Fosco, he went to a young vet, doing what they call Horse Ball and loving it.
    How to get to the US....uhm..marry an american
    I fought for the longest time to stay in Europe, but had to finally give in and come here when jobs went away due to downsizing the military presence there. Do I regret chiming here? No, but it's somewhat of a culture shock lol. We finally have our own place, New Mexico is a fantastic state, a true Land of enchantment. We are right at the edge of the Navajo reservation, all our neighbors are Navajo, and my next project is learning their language, not an easy task! Google"Four Corners"if you have a moment. Gorgeous landscape, really. And so different.
  10. natisha
    06-08-2015 11:22 AM - permalink
    What's a bushel?

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  • About SueC
    Rural upbringing, B.Sc. (Biology / Env. Sc.), currently creating an eco-friendly house and farm
    Nature, food, hiking, dog walking, horses, cycling, reading, writing, making things
    Education, farming, owner building
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    getting close to finishing a strawbale house with her husband!
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