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Date:7/10/2014 6:08:44 AM
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♡♥♡ Hello & A Whinny to you all! Feels great to blog from a computer after using my phone for 2 weeks…The main part of my vacation was to rest and have plenty of horsey time and I surely accomplished that. If I was not able to ride I had grooming/spa time for them. Each morning I fed in day light instead of dark like I have to do when I’m working. Each day no matter the weather I spent at least an hour at the evening feeding time just watching/listening to them eat as the sun would set. I did get to ride at Lake Whitney (McCown Valley) and my friend took a picture of me and Deacon but it didn’t turn out so well. I will get it added to my pictures later. I mostly rode around my home area, I have so much land around me that I can ride for hours. Another horsey item on the very windy and cold days was watching RFD from 10 am to 1 pm and caught up on the horse programs I love so much!!! I learn a little bit from all of the trainers!!!! For that matter I learn something from any horse person I run into or have the pleasure of riding with! I won’t bore you with others things not related to horses so have a wonderful weekend!!!

Sherry ★ Whiskey, Deacon & Rocket ✞
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