Type: Posts; User: just_me
Capt. Jack shows up in a bunch of episodes at the end of that season (plus many episodes in later seasons). You'll definitely want to watch Torchwood after you see Jack.
I have a Torchwood Institute sticker on my windshield. Yes, I am a geek. :lol:
I know. He is great. Here are a couple photos of him in Arrow.
BTW, when I watched S1 of the new Doctor, I...
This is the trailer for the Doctor Who Christmas special:
I love Capt. Jack. I actually watched Torchwood first, then the Capt. Jack episodes in s1, and then started at the beginning of S1 and went through them all. Somewhere, I have a complete list that...
Though Tom Baker was my first Doctor and long-time favorite, he was supplanted by David Tennant and Chris Eccleston. I think Matt Smith is doing a good job, but I don't like him as much as Ten. I...
I think this is an important and reasonable question. There are too many horses being bred and if all a breeder is going for is color and is not concerned with conformation, ability, and quality,...
Ballsy - Lots of luck to you and Handsome. Boy, his name really fits. It sounds like he's going to be really special.
Gail - kudos to you (and Fred of course :D) for breeding such a beautiful and...
Duffy is correct. Those who forget the past are destined to repeat it.
Oh Fred, good thing I have a box of tissues next to my computer.
Every horse dreams of an owner like you. :)
Love the picture of GoatGirl too.
Congrats on the beautiful Foxtrot babies. :yes:
Congratulations to Fred and Fred. Totally deserved. I'm so happy for you.:D
VB - This news made me very sad. I'm so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you, Katie, and your mother. :cry:
My boy is an Alydar grandbaby.
Thanks for posting those. I can't believe I've never seen either of them. I love old horse movies from the 30s and 40s, so I'd really like to see Maryland. :yes:
Whatever fits you best. It won't matter how trendy it is if when your melon hits the ground, your helmet doesn't fit well enough to keep it from getting squished or shaken. :yes:
I'd love to see someone riding sidesaddle in a hunter class. Unfortunately, sidesaddle is not popular down here.
And there I thought you were perfect. Oh well, I guess one flaw is ok. :lol:
Recent rust breeches: http://i440.photobucket.com/albums/qq123/janp1/PASC_10-21-06-4.jpg
I also wore rust breeches and brown field boots, but I wasn't a junior. :lol: I'm even much less a junior now and I still wear rust breeches (unfortunately, my brown boots don't fit anymore, but I...
I heard the bridle paths went downhill later on and the city didn't maintain them, but in the early 70s, they were the cat's meow. I loved riding in the park. I pushed rides, so I got to do a lot of...
A few months ago my horse came down with hives all over his body. Dex didn't work. Antihistamines worked marginally. He lost all his hair in clumps. Scurfy clumps. Finally, he was on prednisone,...
I recently bought two old paperbacks at a library's used book sale:
Tall and Proud
Blaze and Billy
all The Black Stallion books
My Friend Flicka
Airs Above the Ground
Don't remember the name, but it was about Man O' War
Here's a picture of Pooka, me, and my best friend Lynne taken at Coach House 1974.
We were at Catamount before that.
I learned to ride at Claremont in NYC in the early 70s. I'd jump hack horses over police barricades and anything else I could in Central Park. :lol:
Boarded my horse at Jamaica Bay the first...