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Re: Vacation Blues


whew! reading that , I was beginning to expect the worst, until you said he pulled through. Animals really are so brave about these things, but your heart goes out to them cuz they can't always fill you in on what's wrong.

Kit
On Aug 12, 2008, at 10:01 AM, Johnson, Cyndi D Civ USAF AFMC 95 CG/ SCSRT wrote:

Well I'm back. I was in the Sierras for a little over 1 day, spent two
days on the road. My sister's horse got sick the day after we arrived,
we hauled him to a vet an hour away - all sorts of horse meds applied,
didn't help - and when he got worse we were afraid he'd soon be too  ill
to get in the trailer. My sister apologized to me about every half  mile
during the trip home, but there weren't a lot of options .  We stopped
at her vet before getting home. He wasn't any help either.
Of course the horse started to improve the day after we got back. It's
all a mystery, it's not like he isn't used to travelling. But I  think I
talked her out of shooting him. :-)
So anyway I looked at the veggie garden - husband had not picked
zucchini so I threw about six club-sized squash to the chickens. But
somehow in those three days about half the squash plants died. Not  just
wilted but totally flat and crispy. Husband denies doing anything to
them. Hmmm.

Cyndi

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