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Postby cowboy » Sun Mar 05, 2006 11:40 am

Its gettin warmer and time to start thinking "Outside" Apolagys to those like me on dial up.

Billy

Dancer and my nieces friends

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Me and Lauren taking dancer out of the pasture

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Kids on Cub

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Waching Laruen wrap herself around a tree helpin me lead her cousin.

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Postby John(videodoc) » Sun Mar 05, 2006 2:41 pm

Looks better up north in michigan than down here in illinois, rain/sleet today. All smiles, that says it all. :D
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Postby cowboy » Sun Mar 05, 2006 4:17 pm

Thanks John

I guess I should have said that they were from last fall. Just thinking spring. Any 4x4 cubs out there I went to drag the pies in the pasture down spun out going up a slight grade pulling my drags got down on the frost unhooked and barley got out. Guess I should look into chains. We are suposed to get 1-3 inches of snow tommrow from what you have now.

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Postby W6NZ » Sun Mar 05, 2006 11:29 pm

Great pics of the kids. I like the look of the horse.
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Postby cowboy » Mon Mar 06, 2006 12:21 pm

Thanks W6

Dancer is a pretty cool horse. I have a poplar stump carved into a chair in his summer pasture. On the weekends I will sit on it wach the sun come up or go down listen to the birds and animals moving around. I really like waching the world appear in the morning. Dancer will come up sniff me then eat away from me to 30 or 40 feet then eat his way back. I think it helps him stay calm around peaple when he can satify his couriosty of us at his own pace. Rather then just being around peaple when I want to work him.

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Postby W6NZ » Mon Mar 06, 2006 3:15 pm

Gidday Cowboy, you can't beat old Mother Nature to get pleasure and tranquility from. I find lying on my back in the grass looking up at the universe,specially at dusk, very relaxing.
That would be right about Dancer, many years ago my Dad had Clydesdales huge horses with hooves to match, I could climb up their leg to climb on and they never moved. Beautiful horses with a great temperament.

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