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Re: [RC] You know you're an endurance rider when.... - Sky Ranch

Oh, blow drying wet hair when it's really cold -- I remember the first time I went outside in sub-zero Colorado with wet hair.  (Coming from Texas, this had never been an issue - ha!)  If you go outside with wet hair, and it's cold and dry (I lived near Gunnison at the time) your hair INSTANTLY freezes and you have sort of a wind chime effect on your head ... it's the strangest thing, if you've never experienced it.  I was fascinated by the noise, reached up and touched my hair, and felt solid frozen sticks on my head - my hair - YIKES!  I went back inside and it thawed out right away, and I laughed so hard my stomach hurt!
Carla Richardson
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Sent: Wednesday, February 15, 2006 12:06 PM
Subject: Re: [RC] You know you're an endurance rider when....

I just did that last weekend.  Spent 1/2 hour and put BioSilk on the mane of my endurance horse.  He had a burr in it and other tangles and just had to get them out.  BTW, I have never spent as much as 5 minutes on my hair, unless it is below 0 and I have to go out. Then I'll blow dry it.
Carolyn Burgess

Jessica Spoone-Raines <jspoone@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Not sure if this has been posted or not.....you spend 5 mins on your hair and getting dressed but 2 hours detangling, braiding and brushing your horse down.
Jess Spoone-Raines

Re: [RC] You know you're an endurance rider when...., Carolyn Burgess