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Re: [RC] Married couples in endurance - Barbara McCrary

I find this observation incredible.  Imagine a woman who cannot get dirty, muss her hair, break a fingernail or must be waited on.
After I get through working cattle, imagine the mess...and it isn't all just dirt.  :-))
I figure I don't care how messy I get, as long as I can take a bath and get clean afterwards.  It's a sad commentary on our lives today.  Such women would never make it from the Midwest to California on a wagon.  A little dirt and discomfort is good for us...makes us appreciate the conveniences we do have.
 
Barbara
 
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Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 9:31 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] Married couples in endurance

 
I have also notice that not only women have problems with finding a husband, but also men have a problem finding a wife or girl friend that wants to enjoy this sport.  Most of what I hear from guys is that most women these days don't want to get dirty, break a nail, and have NO room service. 
 
Tammy Robinson
Trail-Rite Products
18171 Lost Creek Road
Saugus, CA 91390
661/513-9269 office
661/713-3912 cell
661/513-9206 fax
www.trail-rite.com

 
In a message dated 6/4/2008 9:02:40 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, rides2far@xxxxxxxx writes:
How to choose
the perfect Endurance Husband". I'm one for one on that. :-))




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