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RE: [RC] Camels and donkeys and goats, oh my! - Chris Paus

Oh gosh, that's toooooo funny!
chris
--- Libby & Quentin Llop DVM <qhll@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
 Last night we went for a night ride on the Genesee
Valley Greenway, a
railtrail built on the towpath of an historic canal.
Our friend who lives
along the trail warned us that a beaver with an
attitude had dammed the
canal and moved in. On the way out - no problem. On
the way back, everyone
was relaxed, walking along talking about how steady
their horses were (I
think bombproof was mentioned) when there was a huge
splash and the oldest
most experienced endurance horses were out of there
the fastest. This beaver
swims along with the horses until just the right
spot, then slaps the water
with his tail. In the daylight you can see him.  
Libby



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