R- Monster. There was a monster by the water Beel.
B- Well, you were more than happy to let me catch you after that. We trailered you down to Denver and you got interviewed for a morning news show.
(Click for Ranger's interview)
B- So, Ranger. How'd you like being on television?
R- Beel I standed in the rolling shed behind the stinky truck. Then I standed on a par king lot. Then I was on a very little grass field. I was never on a tell a vision.
|Getting a little grooming with the mane brush.|
|A neighbor dog out for his morning walk stopped by for his first visit with a horse. He was very well mannered!|
B- Sure were buddy. Do you remember the camera and microphone?
|R - "I got a little bored waiting."|
R- I did not stand on them either.
B- Yes, I mean no... but... never mind.
|Best buds. "Tessa helped keep me company."|
R- I did see many very nice peoples that gave me nice head rubs. But I wanted to eat the grass.
B- You were very patient with them.
R- They talked a lot.
B- That is part of the interviewing process, Ranger. They ask, we answer.
|LIVE - and on the air!|
R- She sayed some crazy things.
B- Yeah. I noticed the only time you spoke up was when she told me "You tamed this horse, this was a BLM horse, a wild mustang". Then you snorted.
R- Yes Beel. Crazy things. "Tamed"... snort. And you sayed mean things. You sayed my tongue weighs more than my brain.
B- But, that's true. It does.
R- But my heart weighs even more than my brain AND tongue.
B- Well, that's true too. And it may be a more important thing, at that. I suspect that's why your folks will work with us and let us sit on your backs in the first place.
R- We let you because you are part of our herd.
|The rock star!|
R- And oats. You have oats.