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  1. Even though you are not gluten intolerant, gluten...

    Even though you are not gluten intolerant, gluten free items will end up being the best way to avoid wheat. For wraps, I use romaine lettuce leaves or teff tortillas. Things to watch: a lot of...
  2. Charlotte, NC - what to do? Horsey shopping?

    Headed to Charlotte/ Lake Norman this weekend. Any good tack shops I should visit? Other things to do?
  3. Thanks for the additional replies! The horse is a...

    Thanks for the additional replies! The horse is a middle aged past eventer. After several years as a pasture puff, has now been back in steady light to moderate work for a year. So going back to...
  4. http://i58.tinypic.com/ofadcx.jpg Hope that...

    http://i58.tinypic.com/ofadcx.jpg

    Hope that works!
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    I have told the alumni telemarketers that my...

    I have told the alumni telemarketers that my liberal arts education was lacking without a finance class when they asked for feedback. Everything that has been said about credit cards already - ditto...
  6. Thanks for your replies so far! I will get with...

    Thanks for your replies so far! I will get with vet about ultrasound in am. In the meantime, just for fun, I'm going to think positive (even though that seems to be the less well-reasoned response...
  7. No ultrasounds. In my web research, some vet...

    No ultrasounds.

    In my web research, some vet sites illustrate what she has as a windpuff, but others show windpuffs atthe back of the leg. My vet said this was the same shape, but wrong...
  8. Confused about tendon issue - what does COTH say?

    About a month and a half ago my horse developed puffiness in both hind legs, just above the fetlock joint behind the cannon bone. The puffiness was about 2" long. No heat, no lameness.

    Full set...
  9. My trailer out lesson is after work, so my...

    My trailer out lesson is after work, so my timeline looks like:
    - load tack, hay bag, and supplies night before
    - scrape mud off horse night before. Sheet.
    - day of: get home, give dinner snack,...
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    My experience was a little different than what's...

    My experience was a little different than what's been described so far. Parents separated when I was 5, and I saw my dad for a few weeks each summer.

    My mother was late 20s, well educated, good...
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    Bumping - the 15" calf club: any updates?

    Anyone have luck finding a boot for a 15-15.25" calf and shorter (drop to 16.5") height?

    My local tack shop had the Ariat wide shorts, which were soooooo close - but visibly too big in the calf....
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    Wannabe eventer - YouTube suggestions?

    Hi! I'm a converting dressage rider, and learn best by watching/reading. To start developing an eye for proper rider position, could you point me in the right direction on YouTube? Not necessarily...
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    Ok, I'm a little afraid to raise my hand because...

    Ok, I'm a little afraid to raise my hand because of some of the tone here, but here goes...

    I rode a nice moving paint through 2nd level, and stopped there. I had a great trainer who shows at a...
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    Sent you a PM
  15. This. I worked up to 2nd level dressage with a...

    This. I worked up to 2nd level dressage with a horse that had a similar issue. Backing was one tool that worked well for me. The minute the horse got heavy, in the walk or trot, promptly (but...
  16. I would look at the final, fully developed...

    I would look at the final, fully developed potential value of each property (house & barn), and the costs of each to get there. Costs can include the stress of buildling vs. remodeling :)

    The...
  17. Please have pity - newbie with equipment question

    I have read all the posts on galloping boots for starting out (BN), but when I actually started shopping....there are a bunch of models so "woof boot" isn't narrowing my search.

    If you all meant...
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    Fly fishing, trail riding, hiking, rafting,...

    Fly fishing, trail riding, hiking, rafting, skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, Rebecca Farm event...pretty much any active outdoor hobby. Yellowstone and Glacier Parks. Museum of the Rockies or CM...
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    It's good you've been to a doctor to start ruling...

    It's good you've been to a doctor to start ruling things out. For me, it turned out to be food intolerance. Some of the medical community doesn't believe in the tests Naturopaths do to ID trigger...
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    It's -24F here in my part of Montana, colder with...

    It's -24F here in my part of Montana, colder with the wind chill. Looking forward to a high of zero tomorrow.
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    Like so many others here, I never wanted kids....

    Like so many others here, I never wanted kids. Never paled with dolls, never babysat....so prepared my family well ahead of time to not bug me about when!

    Other than the biggest reason of just...
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    OP, the advice here and from others is most...

    OP, the advice here and from others is most likely to let your friend hear your love and intent. It's different from the approach you mentioned, because it is talking about how you feel about the...
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    My DH just reminded me that ours has the 4.3/1...

    My DH just reminded me that ours has the 4.3/1 gear ratio (comes with the tow package). I'll pretend I know what that means ;). We get 11mpg towing, 16 around town, and 18 hwy. To answer one of...
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    We have an 08 Tundra with the Firestone airbags...

    We have an 08 Tundra with the Firestone airbags in the rear. We bought it because of Toyota reliability and it was the only full size I could comfortably drive (I'm 5'5"). It has been great, and...
  25. Anyone else have a terrible gift recipient on their list?

    My DH is a great guy, and I want him to feel appreciated and loved. We try to do nice things for each other all the time. He so darn capable and on top of things, it's hard to keep up my side...
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