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    Well, here's the million dollar questions: 1....

    Well, here's the million dollar questions:

    1. How old is the saddle? If it's more than 5 years old, then this whole discussion is sort of moot point. In theory, the Schleese Adaptree is warrantied...
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    I remember that thread, and I don't think the OP...

    I remember that thread, and I don't think the OP ever mentioned what kind of blender she had.

    Anyway, if you're serious about blenders, this is the article you need to read. Seriously. TL;DR...
  3. It's a long shot, but I'd email the staff at NC...

    It's a long shot, but I'd email the staff at NC State Vet School and beg them to pass this onto their student/faculty listserv. You might luck out and find a vet student or professor who'd let you...
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    I suggest editing your thread title to reflect...

    I suggest editing your thread title to reflect the location. That will bring the right people to this thread.
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    I agree with Jay. PS, Stubben has a very long...

    I agree with Jay. PS, Stubben has a very long tree point too. They do sweep it back, but it's comparable in length to the Simatree R-bar saddles.

    Gotta be honest, though...I have trouble...
  6. Sounds like a raw deal to me. I wouldn't do it. ...

    Sounds like a raw deal to me. I wouldn't do it.

    You say you've got a Tad Coffin. Unless it is older than the dinosaurs or in rough shape, it's likely worth a helluva lot more than $1200, which is...
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    Not an ideal set of codes for this horse....

    Not an ideal set of codes for this horse. Basically, your saddle panels are built up 1.5cm more than standard in the middle section under the stirrup bars and in the rear by the cantle, but not built...
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    Having seen the horse now, my guess is that you...

    Having seen the horse now, my guess is that you can probably fix this problem by just putting a shimmable sheepskin half pad under your Chiberta with some shims in the front pockets. It's sort of...
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    Cheap and simple, and you can get a nameplate...

    Cheap and simple, and you can get a nameplate (warning: I gather these were designed more for mares running around in the field, so they're designed to go pretty high up on the neck. If you're using...
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    For people who are into crazy medical stuff, I...

    For people who are into crazy medical stuff, I recommend joining Figure 1. It's sort of like Instagram for doctors, and it's frequently gross. You don't need to be a doctor to join....
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    Saddles with that kind of seat padding are...

    Saddles with that kind of seat padding are usually endurance saddles. Maybe folks in the Endurance forum could help?
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    This article will help you figure out what you...

    This article will help you figure out what you might have done to mess up your plant + how to fix it. Since you live in Florida and basil is a hot-weather plant, I'm guessing temperature isn't your...
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    I'd either sell it immediately, or patch it and...

    I'd either sell it immediately, or patch it and keep using it for a few years. Patches are pretty cheap, and if they're done by a reputable vendor, they can be aesthetically okay-looking too. It will...
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    For the evening: A seafood or sushi dinner at a...

    For the evening: A seafood or sushi dinner at a good local restaurant (off the resort) + a sunset walk on a nearby beach.

    For the morning, consider something like a Koloa Ziplines, a helicopter...
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    There's so many good ones, but here's three that...

    There's so many good ones, but here's three that I often pull out of my pocket for colleagues or students:

    Susan Culantuono, "The Career Advice You Probably Didn't Get" - it's about a breakthrough...
  16. Whoops! :lol: Nerves will do that to ya. Thank...

    Whoops! :lol: Nerves will do that to ya. Thank you so much for voting! If she wins this contest round at her local quilt shop, her quilt goes to a national contest with a national online audience....
  17. Vote online for my sister's quilt honoring military families? Please!?

    My sister entered a quilt contest, and she's neck-and-neck with another quilt for the win. The theme is "Moda Piece and Comfort: to recognize and honor the sacrifices that are made by our country's...
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    Just had this exact same problem with a...

    Just had this exact same problem with a conference in Tampa. It was in mid-March. I live in Ohio, so all of my professional clothes are darker jewel tones. I'm a very similar height and weight to...
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    Any decent saddle's tree can be widened by one...

    Any decent saddle's tree can be widened by one size, and removing flocking from the shoulder area can also affect how narrow/wide the saddle fits. Personally, I'd be exploring that option before...
  20. I'd do a stylized, 3D version of a cross-country...

    I'd do a stylized, 3D version of a cross-country course's start box. That will tie the farm name--which is adorable but isn't really related to eventing--to the farm's intended purpose. Wouldn't even...
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    In that area, I'd try to get Sarah Boothe (very...

    In that area, I'd try to get Sarah Boothe (very local to you) or Paul from Superior Saddlery (based in Sylmar, CA). There's also a Schleese fitter in that area, but I've not heard any feedback on...
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    The fundamental problem is that gluten-free...

    The fundamental problem is that gluten-free flours don't keep/store well. That's why people are encouraging you to find a local gluten-free bakery or invest in a bread machine with a gluten-free...
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    Just an idea: if you tell us where you are in...

    Just an idea: if you tell us where you are in California, some of us might know of a fitter who comes out your way. You may just be looking under the wrong Google-rocks, as it were. For example, one...
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    You've probably already tried it, but there's no...

    You've probably already tried it, but there's no harm in having a backup alarm. That said, the only time I've ever slept through my Sleep Cycle alarm is when the phone fell off the bed into a...
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    The Sleep Cycle app for iOS/Android made a huge...

    The Sleep Cycle app for iOS/Android made a huge difference for my ability to wake up. Well worth trying if you already have a smartphone. (Pro tip: Put your phone in Airplane Mode and Do Not Disturb...
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