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  1. The Front Porch

    I wish you hadn't said margarita!
  2. The Front Porch

    The photos are great. Thanks. He looks more quarter than saddlebred, except for maybe the slope of his hips. He looks like a nice horse. I bred my saddlebred mare to a quarter horse when I was a teenager. But she lost the foal in the fourth month. I always wondered what it would have looked like
  3. Texas People #6

    Congratulations to the whole family! That will be one loved (and probably spoiled rotten, LOL,) little girl!
  4. The Front Porch

    Spanish, do you own the QH/Saddlebred now? I'd really like to see what that cross looks like. Do you have a photo?
  5. The Front Porch

    ^^^Yikes! So are your water pipes buried 6-7 feet?
  6. Salmon River West Trail hike

    It looks like a James Fennimore Cooper book!
  7. The Front Porch

    ^^^I only had to go eight miles altogether, PD. And I only met two cars coming and going on my country road. The manual gears worked well for snow. I'm glad to know that for future reference. Of course, my truck is a Chevy! This morning, for the first time ever, I fed and watered the horse and didn't clean the stall. I was just too cold. It's supposed to get to 30 today. It's 20 now, so I'm going back to do my duty.
  8. The Front Porch

    Pretty, Heidi! But you need more snow. I'll send you some. What is the round thing in your front yard? Is it a wagon wheel?
  9. The Front Porch

    PD, I didn't sign up for this! I was wrong about 4 inches--weather service says five, and it's snowing again. I have to get to the drug store for my BP meds. I haven't driven in snow since I retired. If you never hear from me again... The truck I have has 6 "manual drive" gears even though it's automatic. I don't know if that's a con or not. It seemed to help on hills when I was towing a trailer full of horse manure. What do you all think? How would it work?
  10. The Front Porch

    PD, if I were facing two months of snow, I'd be really depressed. I was congratulating myself for being able to shovel a path to the manure pile. It's only 30 or 40 feet. RRW, that's an 18 inch tall flower pot! It better not get that deep! I do remember MLK day in 1994, though. It snowed 21 inches overnight according to the news. But in my yard it was 24 inches! So I guess I lucked out this year. Queen, you need those pups to keep the older dogs exercised.
  11. The Front Porch

    LOL, PD, my horse has to wear a grazing muzzle and really needs a dry lot. Lush grass used to be important to me. Now, it just means more mowing! I'm trying to change my attitude to the scenery. It's probably very pretty to most people, as it usually is to me.
  12. The Front Porch

    Four inches of snow and 13 degrees! Who wants it?!!!
  13. ELD mandate

    Try reading the thread.
  14. Texas People #6

    My thumb operation was 13 years ago. It was a breeze for the first one, so I had the other done two weeks later. My other fingers get stiff after tough stuff like trimming the horse's feet. And I try to avoid vibrating tools. That really is the worst thing for them. But my thumbs are fine. I hear the hand surgery has improved a lot and they can do the carpal tunnel one with keyhole surgery. But I'd rather not go there.