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Re: [RC] Christmas present - Dyane Smith

Oh, Barbara, what would you take for me to rent that child!  I have burn piles and burn-piles-to-be everywhere.
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Sent: Sunday, December 26, 2004 12:14 PM
Subject: Re: [RC] Christmas present

Bins like that are great, keeps the hay out of the mud.  I've had some wooden apple bins in the past; now Lud makes replicas.  (It helps being in the lumber business.)  And we nail metal angle iron or sheetrock edging along the top to discourage wood chewing.  Lucky you to get a tripod sprinkler.  In the fix-it dept., one of our sons-in-law gave us a gift certificate for "two agricultural burns; you choose what you want burned and I'll be there."  This from a man who loves to clear brush and start fires.  Boy, will this come in handy!  We have so many places that trees have died and gone down; makes the pasture look messy.
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Sent: Sunday, December 26, 2004 11:22 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] Christmas present

Top of my list was plastic pear bins for pasture feeders, they are heavy, safe and last forever, unfortuntaely very pricey and we are trying to scroungs from packing sheds.  I think I am getting at least one.....
I also asked for a manure fork.
Mike did find a great new item...it's a big tripod sprinkler...can use it on my veg. garden or little horse irrigated pasture.
The rest of my Christmas list was a fix it list.
Fix arena gates, etc.
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I'd love to hear of some of your gifts from spouses, at least horse-related ones.


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