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June 07, 2009

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Mrs Mom

Ya know, Dear Husband has an Airsoft. I'd say email me w/ your shipping addy, but it is in Atlanta w/ his nephew. If it manages to come home soon, I'll zap you and send pix etc.

I wholeheartedly agree about sleeping in a stall! HA~ My version of "camping" is Ramada Inn ;)

Molly

Very funny post. You have such a way with words. Weaving and cribbing in humans usually is something else entirely from horses, but middle aged women can do whatever they want. Biting wood and sucking air might be a nice change of pace from a glass of wine.

White Horse Pilgrim

I cannot help but think of an imaginary scene where a girl from a background such as the Addams family of the Beverly Hillbillies turns up with a mean shaggy pony and a Colt 45.

Perhaps they also offer horseback archery? The equipment ought to be cheaper than $400. Plus, an intruder is quite likely to flee with an arrow in them. Especially when you fire soundlessly from a shadow.

I hope that you don't crib in the tent. It would be a shame to have to paint the edges of your bed with old engine oil to make you desist!

greyhorsematters

I'm sure you'll both have a great time even if you don't locate the gun.
As long as you don't have to sleep in a tent or stall you're already on the winning side.

gp

go for it... it's alotta fun!

gp

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