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Re: Re: I took a licken and kept a ticken

  Lordy, Carla! That must've been awful! You are right, ambulances are not
comfy. I broke my leg in NY (yep, horse related, but not horses fault) and
had to be brought to my hospital here in PA because my break was so bad. So
had a 3 hour morphine riddled ambulance ride from NYS to PA in the wee hours
of the morning.  The roads were horrible, and you felt every bump there was.
I will never forget it. And I pity anyone who has to ride in those things!

Hope you fully recover, that recovery time seems to take forever!

Helga Loncosky
Archival Morgan Record
Beacon Morgan Horses, Ltd.
No heaven can heaven be, if my horse isn't there to welcome me.
-----Original Message-----
From: L Eisele <>
To: <>
Date: Saturday, January 22, 2000 1:40 PM
Subject: RC: Re: I took a licken and kept a ticken

Carla, after reading your story my husband is going to go sell his horse
and tack and take up knitting:)))  Glad you are ok.  20 years ago we
were bringing cattle in on my brother in laws ranch when my husband's
horse rear over on him and  he ended up with a factured skull and weeks
in a coma and still has please wear a helmut.


Linda Eisele & LS Lakota
hubby Allen & LS Iceman
2 great sons-Blue & Nick
canine Scooby, feline Tuna
Reno, Nevada

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