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Re: RC: Re: Critters : pig proofing
I know that talking to someone who is acting carelessly with a gun is a
problem but if you can Please remind these people that what goes up MUST
come down. Target practice can be accomplished without endangering
Ride safe, Frank (Seffner Florida)
GESA BRINKS wrote:
> I have a potbellied pig at home that runs around the property a couple times
> a day. I wondered if she actually helped to pig proof my horses. I got my
> answer today. I was riding to the staging area of a local trail ride and
> had to ride by a place that started raising pigs. I hadnt been by there in
> quite sometime. As I rode up to the farm I noticed a few hogs standing and
> several laying down sleeping. I guess one of the sleepers woke up cuz all
> of a sudden about 15 porkers jumped up and ran across the field. These were
> the big white kind with the large floppy ears. Clovis stopped and watched
> them run. She wasnt too sure what she should do. I started laughing and
> patted her on the neck. She just kept one eye on them and walked on by.
> Geeez was I glad that they didnt do that Imu thing and run towards her!! On
> the way home from the ride, I came around a corner and was facing down the
> barrel of a rifle. Our new neighbors decided to throw cans up into the air
> and see if they could shoot them before they hit the ground. I let out a
> yell and startled the heck out of the two men.
> I really hate it when stupid people play with guns. Oh well. How was you
> alls day. Good I hope. :-) gesa n clovis
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Zaronica@aol.com <Zaronica@aol.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Date: Saturday, December 04, 1999 7:58 AM
> Subject: RC: Critters
> >I have one for you folks PIG proof your horse. The first time I rode my
> >horses by the new pig farm it was interesting to say the least. Of course
> >familiarity breeds contempt and now no big deal. There used to be a ride
> >where they had wild pigs and that always caused a few mishaps. Lovell
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