3 07 2009

Me and Al Tarq are off trekking for a few days. If I survive it’ll be on the blog πŸ˜‰
To give ya’all an insight into life with horses I leave you with this excellent, in-depth documentary.




12 responses

4 07 2009

Best of luck on your trek. Live long and prosper πŸ™‚

5 07 2009

Yay! I hope you take lots of pictures. πŸ™‚

5 07 2009

Enjoy your time, my friend. You’ll survive. You wouldn’t have it any other way! πŸ˜€

7 07 2009

Have fun

8 07 2009

So Aafke how did the trekking go? Any handsome pics of Tarq? πŸ™‚

8 07 2009

Everybody: It was great! As soon as I have sorted out the photo’s I will post on it. Tarq had a great time too! πŸ˜€

15 07 2009

I had never seen that French & Saunders skit! That was priceless – it’s funny ’cause it’s true.

20 07 2009

Yeah! πŸ™‚ hihihihi, Tarq is the running horse! Glad you enjoyed!

21 07 2009

My first pony, Honey, was like that – I got more exercise from trying to catch her than I ever did from riding her. And our paddocks were probably 50 acres, so I had no chance if she had got her strop on!

21 07 2009

(Zac, on the other hand, was the reverse – I can recall only one occasion on which he wouldn’t let me catch him. Usually he would see my car and come flying.)

21 07 2009

Tarq comes trotting towards the gate most of the time! i don’t have to do anything πŸ˜€
But once I’m on his back! Outside he has two speeds: ”walk”, and ”Ludicrous Speed”

23 07 2009

Ludicrous speed?! OHMIGOD! They’ve gone to plaid!!!

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