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    PD, I'm glad your wife is home where you both can rest easier. RRW, good job! Weren't you one of the people on the group diet awhile back? Who knew all you had to do was leave home and work round the clock to lose weight?! Maybe you can start a weight loss clinic and get the patrons to do your chores. For Turkey Day--going to spend it with my sisters and a few children and grandchildren of theirs. We get catered turkey and dressing and we each make a side dish. A day of unabashed gluttony!
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    I've never had a small area of containment to start a horse. I've never had a runner or bucker either. I'd rather have an open area if I did. I usually line drive before getting on one so they already know what the reins are. The biggest problem is usually making them move. They don't get that you are going to go with them! The only hospital trip in adulthood was caused by my present horse that stumbled and fell down. I do get not breaking one in wet, muddy conditions although it would make a softer landing.
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    Okay, I didn't understand. I can ride in my pasture all year round.
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    She said "no facilities" so I assumed no place to ride or longe.
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    Where was the pasture he was in in the picture? That would be tough to have no turnout.
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    PD, I'm so sorry. It's been a really tough year for your wife and you.
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    LC, I'm hearing that water solution about fifty years too late, but it's good to know in case I meet another opinionated ram. I read your blog entries. You really are an entertaining writer. Your mare looks like a different horse from when you got her. I'm glad she landed with you.
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    I love sheep! I can't wait for the lamb pictures. I begged for a lamb when I was a kid. (No pun intended.) I finally got one and I named him Lambie Pie. He was spoiled rotten and butted everyone but me. When he finally got on my father's bad side, he sent him to live with a farmer friend. (At least that's what he said.)
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    Well, that didn't take long. I guess he'll be flying over jumps next week!
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    I'm sorry your wife is back in the hospital, PD. But I get her reluctance. I come from a long line of pain deniers.
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    Belated Happy Veterans Day, PD. Did you know that several restaurant chains give free meals to vets on Veterans Day?
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    Odie: I liked the way I smelled. George: Better you than me, Pardner.
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    It was 32, PD. Too cold for me!