B- How's my horse today?
R- I feel good Beel.
B- So Ranger, I see Anton the farrier made it by today and gave you an equine pedicure this morning. How do your feet feel now?
R- I feel good Beel. You do not listen so good. Ant-on is an ear-a-tating people.
B- I'm sure you were very annoyed with him, but I just thought your feet might feel better now. They had gotten pretty long on that soft winter pasture we had you guys on.
R- I like the cold time place. It has foods growing out of the ground.
B- I'm sure you do like it. But you get fat and long of hoof there.
R- Fat is good Beel. It makes you safe.
B- I'm not sure it made you feel safe the other day when the two moose showed up, while you were eating out in front of the lodge.
R- Moose monsters are very bad and scary.
B- Is that why you hid behind me when the two of them started crossing the road to visit with you?
R- I have heared you tell other peoples to stand behind something so the moose monsters can not see them.
B- Trust me, you can still be seen when you are hiding behind me. Jerk. I think they just thought you were a moose, too. Til they got close enough to see you were actually just a chicken. Bwaaak buckbuckbuck...
R- I am a horse Beel.
B- Buckbuck bwaaak...
R- And you are an ear-a-tater.