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Getting down and dirty at The Stampede

If someone had told me a couple years ago that this year I would partake in my first obstacle course run, subjecting myself to mud, climbing over walls, crawling through mud that was quite possibly mixed with a good dose of horse poo – I’d have quite seriously questioned their sensibilities.   649 more words


A Chest Full of Loot

Okay, so it’s more of a water damaged cardboard box full of loot, but hey, it’s what’s on the inside that counts, right? I received this package from my Father last week. 294 more words


Hand Gallop Blog Hop: What's in a Name?

So the question asked was:

What’s the origin of your’s horse’s barn name and show name?

So Stampede first. I use his registered name for shows as well, and kind of wish I had used something else because I think it almost sounds rodeo or something. 500 more words


The Challenge is over... and a new countdown!!

Well, my 12 weeks challenge is officially over, as of today. I’ll be weighing myself tonight to find out how I’ve done, although I suspect my final number may not reflect the true amount of change that’s taken place. 310 more words

The Challenge

Survived another deadline

So I pretty much disappeared as I got close to the October 15th deadline at work (all extended individual returns and many state business returns are due this day) so I could keep enough time for work and ponies. 618 more words


the little singer girl who cried all night. Intimidation.

Before I began this post, I need to remind the readers of an upcoming post about the old boys club, the pc’s and the hacking of bank accounts, court regsitry files, licencing agencies, and health agencies and the recent fire downdown that burn evidence; AND NOT TO FORGET WHAT I JUST RECENTLY DUG UP ON MORE LAWYERS; If you wern’t ashamed of our lawyers before I think you will be when you hear what my investigation uncovered; and the western canadian gas company fiasco; what the old boys are saying. 138 more words


Trying to Escape Death: Part I

Angry stampedes of grey and black bodies of Oxen are rummaging through the desert at lighting speed. The sound of millions of hoofs clamoring down on the clay, while dramatic music and a choir exemplify the danger of these beasts. 24 more words