27 January 2014

On Riding Bareback

In the winter, especially, it is the only way to go. Riding bareback improves balance and gives a better feel for the horse. How can anyone not love the smell of a horse, so warm and earthy. So why is it that when I come in from a nice ride, pleasantly exhausted and ready to relax for a bit, my husband gets mad at me for sitting on the couch?

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I don’t think horse dirt really counts as dirt.

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  1. By tellingson on

    Is that s selfie? How does one take a selfie from that angle? Any way, were I am at that is a badge of honor. Those who can, do, but that is not many!

  2. By tellingson on

    Oh! and you think its bad to sit on the couch like that? How bout putting my feet on the couch wearing the shoes I kicked horse poop out of the road with? Doesn\’t even faze me.

    1. By Neversummer on

      Not a selfie, that would have been difficult. I don\’t think there is anything wrong at all with sitting on the couch that way or with manure on my boots. It\’s all those weird nonhorse people.

  3. By tellingson on

    \’weird\’, and \’non horse person\’ are synonymous.


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