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Re: [RC] Shadowfax & computer graphics help for riding - Heidi Smith

His hand went around the neck, his feet went up and somehow he was in the

My stepdaughter was still mounting that way when she was seven months
pregnant!  I'm a bit too firmly rooted to terra firma,  so I never
could learn to vault onto the saddle (if I played basketball I'd be
hopeless at a dunk shot too <g>) but there are lots of limber, bouncy
people  who learn to get on their horses bareback by just swinging up.

My sis used to be one of those, tiny as she was--she'd just be standing at
the horse's shoulder, and then just leap astride, bareback.  I never could
do that (ditto about the dunk shot, too), even when I was young and
skinny--maybe my body just instinctively knew it was destined to become a
Weeble, so not to bother with such things.


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