"Howdy Reisa, Hope your holidays were fun, and rewarding, and that 2010 will be a super year!
Here's a photo of me, and Diablo eating Thanksgiving lunch together. He's a grandson of Mr. San Peppy, and is enjoying the lush coastal bermuda…"
"Hi Reisa, I'm on the road, and a bit side tracked for the holidays with family, etc. I would love to tell some stories of these horses - they deserve it - they made me a super star over the years. I'll post some as I get time between the…"
"Hi Reisa, Hope this photo comes through O.K. I had to teach Emeril how to ride for his Tribute To America Tour. He was really scared, as he had never been on a horse before. The horse he's riding is a line - bred grandson of Mr. San Peppy, of…"
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Do animals figure prominently in your stories? Talking, teaching, magical, provocative, long-suffering, animals have been part of story since story began. Let's talk about how you include them in your tales.
I know! I looked at your horse pages. Your horses are gorgeous. I've always wanted to visit Texas and see your QHs up close. Dying to visit King Ranch.
Re: Equitrekking. I've ridden in the Banff area, and it's as spectacular as Darley says. I have a morbid fear of heights, but somehow loping along a cliff edge didn't faze me. Of course, I was on a nice Paint that had been born and raised there, so he gave me confidence.
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