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post #1321 of 2156 Old 07-04-2013, 06:58 PM
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My horses are bomb-proof. Literally. My neighbor across the street has a class 3 explosives license, and a fireworks company!! They shoot machine guns at bombs buried in the hill. Badadadadada..BOOM!!

It is a quiet country neighborhood in Southern Kentucky.

And it keeps on raining...

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post #1322 of 2156 Old 07-04-2013, 06:59 PM
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My horses are bomb-proof. Literally. My neighbor across the street has a class 3 explosives license, and a fireworks company!! They shoot machine guns at bombs buried in the hill. Badadadadada..BOOM!!

It is a quiet country neighborhood in Southern Kentucky.

And it keeps on raining...

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Well that should help them not to get upset over minor things.
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post #1323 of 2156 Old 07-04-2013, 08:40 PM
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My horses are bomb-proof. Literally. My neighbor across the street has a class 3 explosives license, and a fireworks company!! They shoot machine guns at bombs buried in the hill. Badadadadada..BOOM!!

It is a quiet country neighborhood in Southern Kentucky.
Methings you need to look up the dictionary definition of "quiet"
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post #1324 of 2156 Old 07-04-2013, 08:48 PM
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Methings you need to look up the dictionary definition of "quiet"
I think of our community as quiet as well. It is until the first week of November when deer season hits.
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post #1325 of 2156 Old 07-04-2013, 10:01 PM
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My horses are bomb-proof. Literally. My neighbor across the street has a class 3 explosives license, and a fireworks company!! They shoot machine guns at bombs buried in the hill. Badadadadada..BOOM!!

It is a quiet country neighborhood in Southern Kentucky.

And it keeps on raining...

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I'm going to ship Drambuie up to your place then. Are all your critters deaf? I would be.
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post #1326 of 2156 Old 07-04-2013, 10:07 PM
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I'm going to ship Drambuie up to your place then. Are all your critters deaf? I would be.
Huh???
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Got to ride again yesterday for a little while. Duh...Kellie and I are a little short shipped on brains due to our fervor to ride...there were a bazillion people in the park yesterday. Some running all over with 4 wheelers and that is one thing that cranks The Biscuit up. His former owner used to chase him with one. Some guy running around the road that circles the lawn area for picnics on a LOUD motorcycle that looked like a dirt bike...kids screaming and bouncing a basketball on the covered court. Yeah ... lots of noise. Biscuit was a little more forward but good until we were coming back to the trailer and they were running around on that dang 4 wheeler. He became a giraffe and skittering just a little. I just dismounted. Not coming off no matter what! But, I was able to easily dismount and could walk so much better after riding. I walked the BEST I have walked since this all started walking him down the road across to the trailer.

Here is a little video of yesterday with me playing spider polo....you can't really see the webs but check out my crop when I am waving it around...hahahah...it is totally yellow from spider webs!

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Oh...that was actually day before yesterday playing spider polo.

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Huh???
Just kidding...unless you are looking for a useless horse! But you did say your horses are all bomb-proof, and Drambuie could use some bomb-proofing...
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post #1330 of 2156 Old 07-05-2013, 01:03 PM
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Huh???
I am thinking that AnitaAnne wanted to desensitize her horses to all those bombs. It does sound like a good training plan.
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