Type: Posts; User: Fairview Horse Center
Well, put me in that Fundamental Baptist category. ;)
My Bible teaches that many things are sins, and against the word of God. My Bible also teaches that all sin is the same in God's eyes, and...
It is really quite amazing at how much f the craving and struggle is due to the ongoing battle within. Once I totally made up my mind, like tinah said, "there is no try", it became really easy. The...
Changing this is what made the world of difference for me the last time. I made up my mind I WOULD quit, period - no matter what I went thru - ABSOLUTELY NO more cigarettes. Removed everything from...
I used Smokenders program to quit 25 years ago. It was more behavior modification, repatterning thru trigger times - after waking up, after meals, before bedtime. Changing chairs that are triggers....
Underneck that I have been talking about for 35 years is the heavy under muscling that develops from the horse bracing against the riders hand. It is what happens when horses hold their necks in an...
Old Levis! :D
I always measured using my back pockets. 2'6" to the bottom of the pocket, 3' to the top. :winkgrin:
Tradition in the US is to braid on the right. Almost all professional braiders braid on the right. Some dressage people braid on either side, but to me it really looks strange to see them on the...
Yes, because they ALL do grow back at the same time. It works for me as I let them get back to long all winter.
I cn pull the longest, thickest mane to thin, short, and wispy in 15 to 30 minutes. if the horse really stands still. That may very well require a "coctail".
I always pull on the right - the side I braid on, even if the mane wants to go on the other side. I never worry about pulling under hairs, just the longest ones each pull.
You will need to make sure the mane is pulled correctly. The thickest mane will become thin and wispy if pulled correctly. Absolutely NO wrapping around the comb as it breaks off the hairs. I much...
I know a barn that was built with small doors in the back of the stalls, opening on to a conveyor belt, that carried the stall cleanings to the manure spreader and dumped it in.
The products I most want to create have been on the market, but were changed for the worse.
I would also create a new feed scoop. Oh, yeah, we already did! My husband makes them for me, and once...
I love my purple coneflowers
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