Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Down the trail with Lucy and the head-cam, the conclusion

21 comments:

  1. Love that view between the long ears. Thanks for taking us on your morning ride.

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  2. You talk so sweetly to your critters :) I liked hearing Hank at the end :)

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  3. What a lovely, smooth ride Miss Lucy is! Lucky both of you. :)

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  4. Great ride! Hank missed Lucy, you can tell. He is such a character. You are so kind to your animals. It's nice to see.

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  5. Lucy's clopping hooves & Hank's call to her -- what more can you ask outta life? I hear it in my dreams!

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  6. Such a lovely morning. It's soo beautiful out there. Love how Lucy listenes to you - sensitive ears on that girl…

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  7. Second only to the video of you showing yourself smiling big as you were riding along :-D. Love hearing Hank at the end and the hug and kiss was sweet. Thanks for sharing :-).

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  8. I enjoyed going with you on your ride. I wandered if Lucy was gaited when you sped her up and "no bounce", and you mentioned she was. I'm curious as to where she came from as I own Tennessee Walking horses and they are frequently crossed with mules. Walkers often have larger ears, although not quite as large as hers. Lucy is a sweet, lovey lady and she's lucky to have you!

    Dee

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  9. Thank you phone company box. Thank you Lucy and a big THANK YOU to you. I love our morning rides!

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  10. Da*n. My lifetime dream coming to life right on my screen... Sweet, sweet, smooooooth Lucy. Sweet Hank. Thank you, Carson.
    (Now where's my hanky... OK, you can laugh, but I find this so movingly beautiful... Bless those wonderful souls with whom we are (were) fortunate enough to share our lives. *IF* we are/were fortunate enough...)
    What made me crack up, though: "Now this is where we give thanks to... the phone company..." Holy whatever, I thought for a moment the thing was a greatbig headstone!! ;-)

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    1. Irmgard, you said everything I was going to post here. *sniffle*...*grin*! Yes, bless Linda's sharing her life with us mere mortals. And yes, I too wondered what that big monument was. *LOL*

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  11. Still do much green about. Extraordinary. Lucy and her long velvet ears. So happy she came into your and therefore our lives. Hands free camera - good tool to have.

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  12. I LOVE gaited equines! My friend had Tennessee Walkers and we called that fast pace "Walka, Walka". I'm glad you had such a good time.

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  13. Thanks so much for the ride share. It was spectacular and heart warming too.
    In an unrelated comment.....we have seen taranchula hawk wasps here in "Burque. First time....I hope soon that it will be the last time. GK remarked, "where are Carson's chickens when we need them".

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  14. What a good girl and man such a smooth ride. Betsy

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  15. Her gait looks wonderful. I thought about you and Lucy this morning when I rode out to check the fence and cattle. We don't have your views, but a morning ride is a wonderful thing.

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  16. An American in Tokyo8/18/15, 5:58 PM

    That is a WONDERFUL ride!! I cannot believe how smooth Lucy's gait is. The camera hardly shakes at all!

    Aww, Hank is wondering where you guys went off to! He's lonely without his ladies! ha ha!

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  17. Wow! I didn't know that donkeys came in a gaited variety! I thought gaited mules came from using gaited horses! You really do learn something every day. :) That looks way comfy!

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  18. I love love lovey he video with
    Comments? Never liked the music. Just took away from the realness . Thank you!,! George and Alan Fan

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  19. Thanks for the continued ride.
    How much land do you have? It seems to go on forever

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