R- I am good Beel.
B- I haven't had a chance to ask you how your stay with our daughters horses went when we went on vacation a couple weeks ago.
R- It was good Beel.
B- Yeah. We didn't think you would be able to handle the long drive and then a couple days of riding, so we took you down to the "sitters" for a while.
R- It taked many days.
B- Yup. We took you down a day early to save us about 2 hours of extra driving with the other horses in the trailer. It gave us an early start.
R- I getted into the rolling shed at a place that was not the usual.
B- Umm, about that. I had hooked up the trailer, and checked the lights. One of the turn-signal/brake lights wasn't working so I pulled the connector off and fixed it.
R- I getted into the rolling shed at a place that was not the usual Beel.
B- Yeah, so I drove the truck/trailer around to the front of the lodge and then Juanita and I loaded up all of the stuff we needed into the truck. Coffee cups full of coffee, a cooler for groceries we were going to pick up after dropping you off, Juanita's laptop computer so she could take a certification test at our oldest daughters college. That sort of thing.
R- Beel I getted int...
B- So we got into the truck and started heading down the highway, put on an audio book to listen to and then Juanita asked "So, did Ranger load up okay?"
B- "Uh, that would be a no." So I stopped along side the highway, just up the hill from your corral, grabbed a halter and a dog leash (I didn't have a lead rope in the truck), had walked over to get you.
R- It was not the usual. The usual is you remember the horse when you take the horse somewhere.
B- Juanita remembered before we needed to turn around...
R- A dog rope. You are not very much at all.
B- I'm sorry Buddy.
R- I agree. A dog rope.