New lessons from an Old Timer

Who better to teach a youngster the ropes than an old timer who has seen many miles? First a bath and a good oiling and then to work tomorrow!

And a song for your viewing pleasure

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Love from here,

Bobbie

New lessons from an old timer

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5 thoughts on “New lessons from an Old Timer

  1. I learned on a creaky old saddle too. It still creaks . Still have it 60 years later. . I have another very old saddle that is more comfortable. But my sweet horse Ambush has gone on to greener pastures–I still miss that old girl. But there are more horses out in the pasture. MB

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