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Date:

09/04/2015

Guest:

1 (Reference ID: 2106283)

Name:

Connie Cassidy

Email Address:

connie.cassidy@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

never have

Comments:

Hi everone!

I'm back from the Fair! The raffle was a satisfying success for the association and the books are closed on another year. I camped in a tent again this year, although it was a bigger tent than last year. So of course we had to have record wind and rainfall for that time period. I was a bit soggy around the edges, but luckily my van is big enough for me to set up my cot in. So my bed stayed comfy, warm and dry for the duration. During the day I was either in the barn or in the covered arena, so the weather wasn't really an issue. It only became an issue in the wee hours of the morning, when I needed to make a potty run! Oh well, those are the sacrifices one makes to furthering the cause. I hope your gardens and fields have been bountiful and your hearts happy and full of good cheer!

Stay upwind of the road apples!
Connie

 

 

 

Date:

08/26/2015

Guest:

2 (Reference ID: 2105711)

Name:

Helen Arnett

Email Address:

H39NEPAL125@AOL.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

N/A

Comments:

I haven't met you but I have followed your reports almost from the very start. I miss reading of what you are doing. I was in Oregon the latter part of May and first part of June. It is a beautiful state.

 

 

 

Date:

08/24/2015

Guest:

3 (Reference ID: 2105543)

Name:

Casey Jenkins

Email Address:

jenkins835@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Haven't yet...would like to though.

Comments:

Hey Bob, I believe I have read every word you have written....loved every second of it.....not the same as being on my own journey, but close. I do hope to make a journey of my own, hopefully in about a year. I have a pair of 17 hand- 1500+ lb. mules.....no wagon for travel yet. I live southeast of Kansas City, Missouri about 60 miles. I retired a year ago. I'm still in the planning and logistics stage of my journey . I had found you on FB, but I know you just don't have time to friend everyone . I really want to thank you for the information you have shared, especially the solar set-up. My funds are limited, as with most folks I guess, however, I still intend to make this happen. Stay safe and sound, Casey Jenkins

 

 

 

Date:

08/22/2015

Guest:

4 (Reference ID: 2105456)

Name:

Connie Cassidy

Email Address:

connie.cassidy@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

apparently just missed him in my own back yard!

Comments:

Hi Bob and everyone!

Wow! It's been a busy summer for me! I've been working with a friend who has horses. She keeps me busy and learning every week. We've been training her Welsh Pony for driving but I think he's a faster learner than I am. He's so much faster than me.

I've also been helping another friend set up a vintage shop in LaConner, a small nearby town. It also has been a new experience and learning curve for me. The shop is up and running finally, and my offerings are now refurbished pieces of small furniture, like small tables or chairs, that she is willing to sell out of her shop for me. I guess you could say I'm a vendor in her shop.

In a few days, I'm off to the Evergreen State Fair in Monroe, WA to sell tickets for this years WA Draft Horse and Mule Association Raffle Horse. This years offering is a 3 year old Belgian gelding called Ben. I'm told by his trainer that he is willing, but still has a baby brain, so he doesn't always make good choices! I'm told he does better in the traces with another, more experienced, horse. I'be seen him a couple times this year. He's going to be a pretty big boy, so he'd better learn where his feet are pretty soon! Hopefully, I learned a few things from camping last year so I won't make the same mistakes again this year. I vowed not to go unless I had a camper to stay in, but that didn't work out, so this year I have a bigger tent and a cot up off the ground. Maybe that camper next year...

Hope everyone's summer was fun, relaxing and productive!
Connie

 

 

 

Date:

08/17/2015

Guest:

5 (Reference ID: 2105151)

Name:

JEAN

Email Address:

JEANMR@PEOPLEPC.COM

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

INTERNET

Comments:

Hi Bob,

Jean here from NH. Been following you since your first trip! Love to hear how the boy (horses) are doing. Please keep the updates coming...

 

 

 

Date:

08/16/2015

Guest:

6 (Reference ID: 2105125)

Name:

Tony Gahimer

Email Address:

gahimert@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Rays Crossing In.

Comments:

enjoy all of your adventures from day one until now, I pray that all is well with you and that you are enjoying your life

 

 

 

Date:

08/16/2015

Guest:

7 (Reference ID: 2105124)

Name:

Tony Gahimer

Email Address:

gahimert@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Rays Crossing In.

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

08/12/2015

Guest:

8 (Reference ID: 2104935)

Name:

Debbie McPherson

Email Address:

whirtornado@hotmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Blog and hwy 395 in Nevada

Comments:

Hi Bob
Just wanted to say Hi. Still think of you and I hope you and the team are doing awesome! Take care and always thanks for sharing your adventures.

 

 

 

Date:

08/05/2015

Guest:

9 (Reference ID: 2104589)

Name:

Ruby

Email Address:

jojoe@myninestar.net

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

internet

Comments:

Sadly, I think he must be done.

 

 

 

Date:

08/03/2015

Guest:

10 (Reference ID: 2104504)

Name:

Bill Smith

Email Address:

wsmith1055@aol.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

reading his travels

Comments:

I guess Bob is too busy to be making any comments or posting any pics.

 

 

 

Date:

08/01/2015

Guest:

11 (Reference ID: 2104314)

Name:

Debi Halsey

Email Address:

debi.halsey1954@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

N/A

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

07/31/2015

Guest:

12 (Reference ID: 2104284)

Name:

gail

Email Address:

classytetting@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

didn't meet but would like to see him around mayville, Wisconsin some day

Comments:

would be more interrested in knowing how it has all worked out with feeding horses and himself along the way, i was in a 2 week wagon train in 1998 coolest thing i ever did. would love more details. like where did he spend the nights or take brakes, does he shoe horses himself, any medical problems along the way with self or horses, we had all details set up before we started ares

 

 

 

Date:

07/19/2015

Guest:

13 (Reference ID: 2103392)

Name:

calapino

Email Address:

calapino@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Haven't yet

Comments:

Have you retired? Been following your stories for along time. I hope all is well with you and yours. It would be nice to hear an update if you get the time. Maybe even some gardening tips :)

 

 

 

Date:

07/05/2015

Guest:

14 (Reference ID: 2102424)

Name:

charles

Email Address:

cmbownds@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

hav e not

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

07/03/2015

Guest:

15 (Reference ID: 2102244)

Name:

MaryAnna

Email Address:

isayyeeha@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Cyberspace

Comments:

Hi Sue, I actually go all the way back to the start in Connecticut...I was just quiet back then. I drove my first horse in my teens and worked behind Belgiums and Percherons in the fields back in New England and New York State. Trained up a chuck to work single on my farm in West Berne, NY...even drove a six up in the Altamont fair - they were so broke they made it easy for me. I traveled the back roads with my kids and a donkey and cart in the 1970s. My interest and admiration for Bob goes back to Connecticut very soon after he started his blog...before he started the trip. And it has staying power, like you, because of the love for the horses and his adventures. My admiration for them is as high as my admiration for Bob and what he has done. Like you, I miss his traveling days and the adventures on the road. But like the pioneers, eventually they staked their claim and settled down...and I can't help but be happy for Bob for that. But I do wish he hitched a horse a cart of wagon and take us for drive on a nice Sunday once in awhile. All my best to you Bob and to Jacquie. And my best to you also, Sue.

 

 

 

Date:

07/01/2015

Guest:

16 (Reference ID: 2102128)

Name:

Sue Essary

Email Address:

MsSueSary@aol.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Haven't had the pleasure.

Comments:

Hi Wagonteamster!! It has been a pretty dry spell since hearing from you, and even an even drier one seeing those beautiful horses' butts plodding along. I know Bob and Bill are retired and it is great to see my personal favorite, Doc, filling in as a ranch horse. It would sure be nice to see pictures of them in their new home and see how they are all doing. I miss the old gang that rode along on your adventures. Mary Ann was a late comer on the rides, and she is still here, but so many of the others are either quiet or gone. If they do peruse this site, I wish them the best. The same for your Mom and Pop. God bless you and Jacquie, Hershey, Doc, and all the other critters. Viya Con Dios, my friend. Thanks for some good memories.

 

 

 

Date:

06/28/2015

Guest:

17 (Reference ID: 2102001)

Name:

Dave Ayers

Email Address:

mushor@frontiernet.net

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

on New York state route 20 about 25 miles from our home Aug 2009

Comments:

Glad you are still doing OK would love to sit and talk someday about the adventures. Thought of you last spring when I had a pair of 19hand Percheron colts with the longest stride I have ever seen. my old legs couldn't jog as fastas they walked. Email sometime Dave the haflinger guy

 

 

 

Date:

06/11/2015

Guest:

18 (Reference ID: 2097928)

Name:

Ole Jake

Email Address:

wsmith1056@aol.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

surfed in

Comments:

Bob, do you have plans to travel by wagon again, or are you going to travel in a more conventional, modern (RV) manner? Your photos are some of the most interesting and genuine I have found on these travel blog type sites. Hope to see you and your lady on the road again real soon.

 

 

 

Date:

06/02/2015

Guest:

19 (Reference ID: 2095722)

Name:

MaryAnna

Email Address:

isayyeeha@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

through internet

Comments:

Just stopped by to read the messages and say hello to Bob and his faithful followers. "Hello."

 

 

 

Date:

05/30/2015

Guest:

20 (Reference ID: 2095519)

Name:

Charlie lister

Email Address:

offshoreman43@aol.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

internett

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

05/30/2015

Guest:

21 (Reference ID: 2095495)

Name:

matt fischer

Email Address:

Matt.Fischer78@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

haven't yet, but Bob's story is awesome!

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

05/30/2015

Guest:

22 (Reference ID: 2095480)

Name:

Dan Bowles

Email Address:

capndan77@aol.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Nankin and Ashland, Ohio

Comments:

Really glad you got back on the road after the accident. We saw the team in Nankin and then Ashland, Ohio but after the accident, didn't figure you would ever get back on the road again! Should have known better! You live a lot of our dreams. Keep up the good work encouraging others to follow their dreams.

 

 

 

Date:

05/25/2015

Guest:

23 (Reference ID: 2095170)

Name:

Caitlin Smith

Email Address:

caitlin@thesmithsonline.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

I saw/met Bob when he stopped at my neighbor Cindy's house

Comments:

it was second grade when I met him and my first introduction to a big horse was when I met Doc and his owner Bob and horses became a passion of mine I am now the Ute Mountain Roundup Rodeo Princess in Cortez CO I am 13 years old and have a horse of my own and its all thanks to Bob and Doc the two who started my passion! Thank you!!

 

 

 

Date:

04/28/2015

Guest:

24 (Reference ID: 2093015)

Name:

Pam Nadeau

Email Address:

pamski4914@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

nortwood Nh

Comments:

I's amazing you have gone all that way. What a great adventure you have been on .
I met you briefly when you were just getting ready for your adventure. It was in Northwood NH
near the country store . Often wondered what ever happened to you. Are you still traveling?
I wish I had the opportunity to speak to you as you have been on this journey.
I hope to have the chance one day to hear all about you adventure .
Pam Nadeau Northwood NH

 

 

 

Date:

04/24/2015

Guest:

25 (Reference ID: 2092715)

Name:

Sara-Phoenix Isis

Email Address:

phoenix.research@rocketmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

internet

Comments:

Hi!

 

 

 

Date:

04/01/2015

Guest:

26 (Reference ID: 2090295)

Name:

Rose

Email Address:

rosevilla4@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

My Daughter is a CHP offier and she stopped and talked with Bob while he was in Round Mountain ,Ca. I

Comments:

I lived in Bishop and she told me about meeting Bob and I have been following him since then. What a wonderful way to see our beautiful country we live in. I love reading about each trip he goes on and enjoys all his adventures, Cant wait till he gets on the road again after he finished his job to see where he takes all of us.

 

 

 

Date:

03/27/2015

Guest:

27 (Reference ID: 2089603)

Name:

The old man

Email Address:

DonSkelding@Reagan.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

home

Comments:

The mystery is solved......Click on trip #5 , pan down to 3/15/15, Wa La , he is preventing radiation in NE until late May. Also beware ; he has another birth aniversary April 4.....He'll be Fifty something again !! Happy Cake Day Youngster !!! POP

 

 

 

Date:

03/23/2015

Guest:

28 (Reference ID: 2089238)

Name:

MaryAnna

Email Address:

isayyeeha@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Internet

Comments:

Hi Bob,
I would like it if you took Mike's encouragement and come north, on up into British Columbia, Canada. Gorgeous country...the Okanogan is great, the Cariboo is great and yes, a good deal of old timers and many of we slightly younger teamsters (I don't think I'm an old timer yet) who would love to enjoy your coming through. I know your team is older and retired now. I hope you get a younger team and do more traveling...but maybe one of the teamsters up here would lend you a good team and even travel along with you with another of their teams, so you can travel this beautiful country. I can hope. Would be a treat for me to come visit your travels and a treat for those you travel past. It has been a long time since the Caravan Company wandered through the BC interior with teams. Surely lots of people who remember them, would love to see you travel through our beautiful province. Please do consider it, MaryAnna

 

 

 

Date:

03/23/2015

Guest:

29 (Reference ID: 2089201)

Name:

Mike Torrence

Email Address:

sledrider4u@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

All over the internet

Comments:

Where's Bob!....
Waldo was an easy one to find....... Gotta love Life cereal, and yes, I 'do like it".........

Dear Bob, I live up here on the North Okanogan and you are invited to swing through this great country. You may stay and rest as long as you need here at my place. 20 acres fenced and lots of nutritious high country grasses to munch(For your horses, You'll have to eat people food in the cabin). We on the Okanogan need you to come through here. You will find many old timers up here that once drove their own teams, still alive and ready to re-live it all with 'you'. I have followed your travels since day one years ago. I have a set of axels that will have a wagon on them some day soon. You are truly a free and inspiring person.
"The opposite of courage is 'conformity". Be strong, be free, may your happiness continue.

Mike
"a" simple horseman

 

 

 

Date:

03/22/2015

Guest:

30 (Reference ID: 2089077)

Name:

Jay Herb

Email Address:

julien1945@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

on the internet

Comments:

HI Bob,
I am Jay from near Medford, Oregon and have been checking in on your adventures for a few years now and wanted to say that I enjoy them all.
I see that you have a Scamp trailer, we have a 17' Casita and love it. I will be checking in to see what you will be up to next, Jay

 

 

 

Date:

03/21/2015

Guest:

31 (Reference ID: 2088842)

Name:

Larry Riddle

Email Address:

ljr31643@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

At his sisters home in NC

Comments:

Well like a lawn weed in Spring, I'm back.Super glad winter is behind me. I read Connie

is selling those raffle tickets again, but she did not mention how much per ticket

and when the drawing is going to happen. Connie, if you and I could do the same deal as

last year, I'd buy a few. Let me know. Oh, I'd like a little better result than last year though.

Hint, hint.

Bob, may the sun come up every day just to warm your backside. Take care everyone, LJR

 

 

 

Date:

03/17/2015

Guest:

32 (Reference ID: 2088292)

Name:

Jim Cunningham

Email Address:

midann@myway.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Tyler Texas

Comments:

Looked like a great trip and a great family sure you are proud of them.I am sure you and Jacquie had a great time I sure wished she was not so camera shy would be great to see a picture of you both together also.

 

 

 

Date:

03/13/2015

Guest:

33 (Reference ID: 2087623)

Name:

Connie Cassidy

Email Address:

connie.cassidy@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Never have, hope to someday

Comments:

Hi Everyone!

I've been busy this winter! I've been painting walls at the local Women's Center and volunteering at a local barn with a trainer friend. I'm getting ready to kick off a new season of selling raffle tickets for the Washington Draft Horse and Mule Association. This year's raffle horse is a 6 year-old Belgian gelding named Ben. I haven't seen him in person (horse) yet, but he sure photographs pretty!

Spring has graced us early this year. The Tulip Festival has been moved forward by two weeks! We already have fields of Daffodils in full bloom. The blueberries have blossomed, and the Rhodies are considering their options! I feel so bad for our Eastern Friends, who have been neck deep in a miserable winter. I wish I could share some of our good fortune.

I love this time of year with all the plans for summer shimmering nearly within grasp. I miss the gang and their notorious leader. Here's hoping for travel news in the future!

Stay upwind of the road apples!
Connie

 

 

 

Date:

03/05/2015

Guest:

34 (Reference ID: 2086550)

Name:

Kay

Email Address:

None

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Never met him but followed his travels

Comments:

BOB!! Where are you? I haven't see you post for several weeks! If you are posting and I'm missing it, please let me know where to go! Thanks, Kay!

 

 

 

Date:

03/05/2015

Guest:

35 (Reference ID: 2086549)

Name:

Kay

Email Address:

None

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Never met him, but follow his travels!

Comments:

NO COMMENTS ENTERED

 

 

 

Date:

02/18/2015

Guest:

36 (Reference ID: 2084154)

Name:

Melissa

Email Address:

ms38mh02@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

in Colorado

Comments:

Hi Bob, Just wanted to say hi and that I am glad to see you have the pics of all of us still on your site...it was a wonderful time. I am glad to see you are still traveling and living your dream. I hope the horses are doing well as well as you. Take care.

 

 

 

Date:

02/14/2015

Guest:

37 (Reference ID: 2083602)

Name:

MaryAnna

Email Address:

isayyeeha@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Have been following since the beginning

Comments:

How very neat that several other guests here/writers are using or planning to use horses, mules and donkeys for transportation and making trips with them soon. I have three mammoth donkeys (expecting them to all be between 14 and 14.2hh). One is the mother of the other two (same Jack/sire). I'm just waiting for the youngsters to be old enough to go - planning a three abreast hitch. The youngsters are almost 2 and almost 3 now, so it will be as much as three years to hit the road. But they can pull a cart as they grow up. The mother is trained to ride and drive. It would be great to be able to share experiences and plans. Happy for you all and hope we can connect. MaryAnna

 

 

 

Date:

02/11/2015

Guest:

38 (Reference ID: 2083222)

Name:

Linda C May

Email Address:

Ekwuss@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Haven't yet, but I sure want to :-)

Comments:

How wonderful, I would love to chat with you and pick your brain :-) slowly but surely I'm getting a team together & am planning trips this summer. Goal: a long trip. It's a blessing that I found your page :-) Thanks for sharing your adventure. And if you plan another one, I'd like to hear about it too :-) thanks again :-)

 

 

 

Date:

02/10/2015

Guest:

39 (Reference ID: 2083080)

Name:

Judy Gifford

Email Address:

wgifford@rochester.rr.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Canandaigua NY 14424 one of the first trips

Comments:

I have followed every day of every trip that Bob has taken and love his pictures and commentary. So glad he is happy and going on another trip. It is just as much fun for us, that are not able to do it.

 

 

 

Date:

01/23/2015

Guest:

40 (Reference ID: 2077996)

Name:

Kathy

Email Address:

webkatevana@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

online

Comments:

Keep updating we travel ln a 1947 Spartan trailer. Mules are my mode of travel for over thirty years.

 

 

 

Date:

01/21/2015

Guest:

41 (Reference ID: 2077629)

Name:

Harold Reynolds

Email Address:

barbwire1928@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

on Hwy 79 in Paris Tenn

Comments:

Have watched all of your travels Through all the years I guess old are like old horses when we get old we have to put it up I have enjoyed all your post wishing you the best in your life I would like to try that but the years have caught up with me I will be 87 in the spring Good luck in 20015

 

 

 

Date:

01/20/2015

Guest:

42 (Reference ID: 2077312)

Name:

Sally Moore, Kenneth Bennett

Email Address:

txdonkeywagon@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Bangs, TX, I stopped you on the road

Comments:

Currently planning some cautious travels by wagon, your name and adventures come up often in our discussions of horse-drawn travel!

 

 

 

Date:

01/17/2015

Guest:

43 (Reference ID: 2076981)

Name:

RAY AKE

Email Address:

ray_ake@att.net

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

online

Comments:

really like your page..

 

 

 

Date:

01/15/2015

Guest:

44 (Reference ID: 2076803)

Name:

Sue Essary

Email Address:

MsSueSary@aol.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

In my dreams.

Comments:

Well, Wagon Teamster, it is humpday in the first month of 2015. Things are quiet on the home front all the way around. You are looking out of a glassed in porch, I am looking out of windows too. I have to admit, you have a much prettier view than I. Those mountains with their snow caps are beautiful, but I will be thrilled to see the green, yellow, reds, and purples start popping up around here. We do have a hawk that sits in the bare old tree across the road and from the looks of him, the mice are plentyful for he is nicely filled out. I know, I repeat myself, but I HATE winter. I really was looking forward to some of the beautiful country you always share with us. I miss seeing Doc, Bill and Bob traipsing down the highways and byways. From the sound of it, even short trips are going to be few and far between as you will be hunting a job. Also, you haven't said you were looking into a new team to replace our old comrads and that sort of closes the gates for sure on trips. Thank you for giving us several years of pleasure. I will keep checking in to see if you are up to anything. Hi to all our traveling buddies. I miss all of you guys. Take care of yourselves. God bless you all. Viya Con Dios.

 

 

 

Date:

01/02/2015

Guest:

45 (Reference ID: 2073085)

Name:

Trevor Austin

Email Address:

trevor.s.austin@btinternet.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

I've followed Bob's travels, from here in the UK right from the start!

Comments:

Following Bob's ventures since they began has been a joy for me! I visit my girl friend each Summer for a couple of months and enjoy every minute of my time in the United States! Have a brilliant 2015 Bob, with your four legged friends and of course, your loved ones too!
Take care,
Trevor Austin.

 

 

 

Date:

01/01/2015

Guest:

46 (Reference ID: 2072869)

Name:

MaryAnna

Email Address:

isayyeeha@yahoo.ca

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

on internet

Comments:

Happy New Year to all. May 2015 be healthy and happy.

 

 

 

Date:

12/29/2014

Guest:

47 (Reference ID: 2071731)

Name:

Mary Good

Email Address:

dingo4mvg@yahoo.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

Internet

Comments:

Was researching on the internet if you could pull an RV with Horses instead of a vehicle. I think it would be really cool to do someday. Thank you for posting about your travels in a Horse pulled RV. (it is so cool)

 

 

 

Date:

12/21/2014

Guest:

48 (Reference ID: 2068000)

Name:

Deborah Stacey

Email Address:

horseloversmath@gmail.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

googled horse pull weights

Comments:

Hi Bob,

I came across your site as I was searching for information about how much horses can comfortably pull for a Christmastime post for Horse Lover's Math about sleigh rides. I would love to create a post, maybe even several posts, about your travels. There is plenty of math involved, what with the dimensions of your wagon, the speed at which your horses travel, how big they are, how much they eat, the physics of going uphill—you get the idea.

Please check out the Horse Lover's Math website (http://www.horseloversmath.com). I've done some similar posts, one about renting a Gypsy caravan for a summer holiday in Ireland (http://www.horseloversmath.com/horse-drawncampingtrip) and another about Bernice Ende, a Long Rider (http://www.horseloversmath.com/monthsinthesaddle).

Hope you and your horses are doing well. Have a Merry Christmas!

Happy Trails,
Deborah Stacey

 

 

 

Date:

12/13/2014

Guest:

49 (Reference ID: 2066157)

Name:

denverdurham

Email Address:

denverdurham@frontier.com

Where did you meet or see Bob?:

milton,indiana

Comments:

just checking in,good to hear from you. I remember the good days i rode with you enjoyed very much!!! Heres wishing you a very MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR. I still miss my horses!!

 

 

 

Date:

12/10/2014

Guest:

50 (Reference ID: 2065303)

Name:

Bob (the Wagonteamster)

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Comments:

Dave Ayers, It's nice to hear from you. If you only have ten in the barn, they must be the ten best-broke haflingers anywhere! 20 years from now I can picture you driving a 40 horse hitch like you drove for Dick Sparrow, but minis instead of Belgians. Of course, you'll need an elevator to get up on the wagon - ha ha. Best wishes to you and your family for Christmas. I'm doing great. Tomorrow, I'm horseback, in the mountains, rounding up a few stray bulls.

 

 

 

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