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        06-18-2013, 11:58 AM
      #1161
    Green Broke
    I had a smile while viewing them on my phone. I just don't want her to get a warning for posting links to book of faces if we can help it. Any image hosting site is accepted from what I've seen, just no bof links.
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        06-18-2013, 12:58 PM
      #1162
    Foal
    The Photographer gave permission to share and do what we want with them off the site. I get permission before I share, this is a big thing in the Endurance world. Oh and by the way photo credit goes to Jack Miller.
         
        06-18-2013, 01:01 PM
      #1163
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by greentree    
    Congratulations,LeynaProof!! I actually have been on your geldings twin sister TWICE over the weekend! It will be a couple of days now before I try again, it has rained and the arena gets slippery, plus the Clydesdale tromped on my foot, so I am resting....

    You all ride in some AMAZING places! I LOVE the pictures!


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    I still want to see a picture of his twin sister!
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        06-18-2013, 01:01 PM
      #1164
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by LeynaProof    
    The Photographer gave permission to share and do what we want with them off the site. I get permission before I share, this is a big thing in the Endurance world. Oh and by the way photo credit goes to Jack Miller.
    Not what I meant hun..I meant on HorseForum.

    The Horse Forum Linking Policy

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        06-18-2013, 01:03 PM
      #1165
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Celeste    
    It is ok to link to a photobucket account I think. If you put in the image files, the pics show right up. I had to go to each of these and click them. Great pics and it looks like you had a great ride, Lenya!
    Are y'all saying posting links to Facebook pictures are not allowed?

    And thank you by the way! We did have an awesome ride!
         
        06-18-2013, 01:06 PM
      #1166
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    Not what I meant hun..I meant on HorseForum.

    The Horse Forum Linking Policy

    Do Not Link To Facebook

    "But, but, but..." we know, and we're sorry, but there are several reasons why links to Facebook are restricted at the Horse Forum.

    First and foremost, there are many younger Internet users who don't realize or appreciate the potential danger and aggravation that sharing their real identity on a publicly accessible Internet forum can have. There are many adults who don't either, for that matter, until somebody who'd taken a particular interest in their posts, for whatever reason, follows their Facebook link and takes a less than desirable interest in their real identity.

    Secondly, the Horse Forum is a social network. Facebook is a social network. Facebook has "one billion [that's 1,000,000,000] monthly active users as of October 2012." (emphasis added) See Key Facts - Facebook Newsroom. It's no secret that activity on many other Internet forums has declined since people began spending more and more of their time online at Facebook. We're not interested in seeing the Horse Forum suffer the same fate. To that end, anyone interested in discussing horses or anything else at Facebook is of course free to do so, but we ask that members not post links to Facebook here.

    Yes, I went back a reread it. Did not know posting links from facebook was not allowed... Kinda strange, but I will take them down. It's all good.
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        06-18-2013, 01:11 PM
      #1167
    Green Broke
    Just trying to help look out for you..I've seen a few threads where someone kept reposting fb links to a story after a mod kept removing because they never read the rules. The mod had to finally give a stern warning about it before getting the point across. I didn't want that to happen to you.
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        06-18-2013, 02:54 PM
      #1168
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Painted Horse    
    Now that is a passel of Dogs you got along for that ride.
    That's not even all of them. There's a young pup playing Queen of the Mountain off to the right, and another old guy off in the woods to the left, discovering a nice ripe deer leg that he's going to bring back in a minute or two

    And according to my friend on the roan, there's also a bear in the woods up ahead.

    I agree, it's really pretty riding country in the spring & fall. Gets a bit hot & dry around July & August, and deep snow in the winter, but this time of year there are a lot of small streams running, and the occasional pond or water hole like this one.
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        06-18-2013, 06:05 PM
      #1169
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by gunslinger    
    Made it to Big South Fork, left out Friday afternoon as DW's girlfriend was able to borrow a cabin for the weekend. We rode the Cumberland Valley trail on Saturday, (14.2 miles) and Jack's Ridge Loop on Sunday, (8.1 miles).

    Dang it's hot and humid around 2 in the afternoon.

    238 miles on the year still short of the 250 before hot weather and 500 on the year......headed to Dry Creek GA next weekend....Need at least 12 miles this weekend and we'll probably spin it down till late August early September. Got a campsite at Cataloochee in the Smokeys the forth week of Septemeber so I hate to let the horses sit to long....

    Annita Ann, Rhonda Lynn, we're leaving here at the crack of dawn...not sure what time we'll be at the trail head but hope to be back at the trailer before 1pm......you're welcome to join us!
    I would love to join you...but once again it is my weekend to work and no call-ins on weekends.

    Do you think you could wait to retire one more week???
         
        06-18-2013, 06:07 PM
      #1170
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by QOS    
    Horses can be so frustrating. Got out to the barn this morning to feed Biscuit and Jamie had already fed him. I don't think he understood not to though. He was in the small arena

    I walked up to put his halter on and he backed up and walked off. Kept him moving for 1.5 hours. He would come in towards me and then turn & keep going when he saw the halter. Heck, I finally gave up. I had walked my legs off and they are so freaking wobbly. Alison tried to get his confidence and he turned away from her too. Later I was just sitting in the arena with him and finally was able to get him to eat grass out of my hands and later pet him and then got his halter around his neck.

    I let him eat grass, hosed him off, tied him in the arena and went in search of a break away halter. Found one at a feed store and put it on him. Put his other halter on over it a few times, let him eat grass again and then worked on some Parelli games with him. I bought his favorite treats that I gave him when I got him to gain his trust. He was then all up in my Kool Aid. Will just have to keep working on it. It is 2 weeks til doctors appointment and I want to be able to catch the little wretch!
    Biscuit just wanted to feel the love...and of course treats always help!
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