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Visit with the Horse Trainer

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17

So……. I might be having too much fun lately! But at least when I’m gone lately, it’s NOT because I’m working on something else. I’m out having fun!

Part of an outing yesterday involved a stop to say hello to horse trainer Mike.
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I missed his horses! And him and his wife!
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This is one of their new Rocky Mountain horses. A big boy, 16 hands.
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We had a good conversation about my sweet sugary Shortcake and other things, and I’ve got more to tell about another part of yesterday’s outing tomorrow.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on January 17, 2013  

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  1. 1-17
    6:27
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    Oh. My. Lord. You’re going to share part of your *date*?! Woo Hoo!

    Seriously though, I am SO happy you’re so happy, and I am more than happy to not have a post if it means you’re having even more fun, wink wink;)

  2. 1-17
    7:47
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    I’m glad you’re having a good time, but I sure miss ya!

    Take care (and don’t let your guard down)!

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