B- Good mornin' Ranger! How's the old horse doing today?
R- I see you Beel. I am good.
B- Glad to hear it. Sorry I haven't been by in the last day or so. Family picnic at one of the kids' houses.I burned the burgers. What have you been up to lately?
R- On one of the days before today one of the next door horses knocked their fence over. The neighbor horses all runned away and went to the scary road next to us. Peoples I do not know stopped their little stinky rolling boxes and chased the neighbor horses back off of the scary road.
B- Yeah, Ranger, I was here when that happened. The folks came by the lodge and asked us where the people that ran the livery were. I told them "They've been in my kitchen talking with my wife for the last 5 minutes." I guess the ponies were just waiting for an unsupervised moment to make their break.
R- I remember now. You and Waneeta camed and helped the neighbor peoples chase them back in and set up the fence again.
B- It was great that those people stopped their cars and helped get them off the highway. Lives may have been saved.
R- Then on the day before today I saw the neighbor lady put up a biting wire.
B- Yeah, I heard her say she was going to put up a hot wire.
R- I seed one of the bad horses start to walk up to the biting wire to smell it. The other bad horse pushed him out of the way and touched it first . He was not happy. He was not happy all day.
B- I don't think any of them have ever had experience with electric fences before. They really smart when you touch them.
R- He is smarter now. Just not happy.