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Date:8/19/2014 11:00:16 PM
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Good Morning my friends, unfortunately it is still winter in Ontario. Minus 16 this morning going up to a high of minus 12 degrees Celsius, that is just plain cold. Yesterday it was way too windy to let them out even in the small paddock, which is the only one they can use right now because everything still has huge amounts of snow....but I just went out for morning buckets and there is no wind, so looks like they can at least get some fresh air and sunshine today. It is a bit icy, so Charlie better behave himself. A few years ago a friend of mine had her horse go down on some ice, it was in a place where she couldn't see her from the house or barn, she didn't know until she called them in that afternoon. They don't know how long she was down, but she couldn't get herself back up and she was terribly stressed, it took 3 of them with sand and kitty litter and blankets to get her on her feet, she coliced so I figure she was down for a while, luckily, she recovered. I worry about my Sterly because she is old, but I can see them no matter where they are from the house. Pray for spring, we left a vote, Love Donna Lee
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