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[RC] Ear Plugs - k s swigart

Mike Lewis said:

Incidentally, foam ear plugs work very effectively
to mitigate generator noise (yeah, I've slept through
the night on at least one ride where another rider's
generator was left on all night!)

There is no way in hell that I would wear ear plugs when camping
overnight with my horse, especially not at an endurance ride.  I want to
be able to hear my horse just in case it gets itself into some kind of

If there are people at endurance rides wearing ear plugs, it would
certainly explain why I have been unable to wake them up when I knock on
their doors to let them know that their horses are running loose in

Ask me?  Ear plugs are a bad idea.  Everybody should be keeping an "ear
out" for their horse when they are camping with it in strange
surroundings among a bunch of strange horses.

Orange County, Calif.
"Le meilleur que je sais les hommes le plus que j'aime mon
cheval."--Catherine the Great


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