B- Hi ya, Ranger! How's my old horse today?
R- Good Beel. The moose monster has not come back for many days.
B- Yeah, you wore kind of freaked out about the yearling next to your pen last month. First you hid behind a fence panel, and then you hid behind Alloy.
R- I was not hiding. I could see him better from those places.
B- You bet. And the moose got a look at two horses and one 800 pound chicken. BAUUK-BUCK-AUUK!
R- You would not have even seen the moose monster if I had not showed it to you. You are not observant.
R- On the day before this day I wented for a walk with you sitting on me.
B- Yeah. It had been MONTHS since we went out. I've been working with Alloy lately
R- Al-nuts putted you on the dirt again.
B- Yeah. He's dumped me a half dozen or so times. You "grounded" me 20 or so times.
R- I have skills.
B- It was very nice you didn't put any of those skills to work on me yesterday. It was a very pleasant, short ride. You did quite well for an old guy.
R- I am not old. I runned many times.
B- You did break into a trot 3 or 4 times to catch up with my daughter and Skeeter. But that was mostly because you were poking along.
R- I was having a very nice walk.
B- We should do that again soon.
R- The picnic at the end was a good part. That is what we should do again.