Yet Another Problem Solved

Mar
27

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The horses are back IN. They have been repeatedly pushing down this section of fence. Once animals start doing that, get a favorite “out” like that, they will keep going back and pushing it down until it works again. So for now, a gate was put in place to prevent them from getting to their favorite spot. After they forget about it, the gate can be removed and the fence repaired properly, and likely they will leave it alone.


Adam jumped on Zip’s back bareback and bridleless to ride her back into the field.
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And I told him he was giving me riding lessons until I could do that, too!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 27, 2013  

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  1. 3-27
    10:52
    am

    What a ‘Wonderman’ he is, truly! I mean, it makes us wonder just what else this special fella can accomplish.

  2. 3-27
    11:08
    am

    Yes, you are so, so fortunate to have such a wonderful hired man and friend.

  3. 3-27
    11:51
    am

    You are truly one with the horse when riding bareback.
    :heart:

  4. 3-27
    11:55
    am

    I bet she was surprised.

  5. 3-27
    2:04
    pm

    Does Adam know how many of us out here wonder at his wonderfulness?!?!? :woof:
    Shhhhhh……..his wages will double or more……!
    Haha…… Hope he’s not listening!! But sure am glad you have good neighbors listening!!
    We love BP- not just for herself but also for all the times she must have helped you through lonely, painful hours at Sgringtown Rising……may she have a few more sunny days, munches of meadow grass, and scratches of love from you….. :heart:
    It’s hard…. but a necessary part of life……
    Fondly,Rain

  6. 3-27
    3:37
    pm

    :woof:
    WOW! What a guy, he many just start getting fan mail from your readers.

  7. 3-27
    3:43
    pm

    :woof:
    What I meant to say is he MAY start getting fan mail from your readers.
    He seems to be a man for all seasons. :happyflower:

  8. 3-27
    4:11
    pm

    Well, I see everybody thought the same thing I did when I saw the pic of Adam riding Zip bareback.Laws-a-mercy! Is there anything he can’t do?
    And DANG! He looks so good doing it!!!! ;)

  9. 3-27
    5:39
    pm

    I am so jealous. I need an Adam in my life.

  10. 3-27
    11:19
    pm

    Congratulations Suzanne, I’m not that brave. I’m so glad you are getting things fixed. I hope they stay fixed permanently.

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