Teri,I decided to stay home Saturday and have some family time!!! Plus it was raining so bad!!! We had a nice ride on Saturday with the mounted Ministry. We were planning on riding Friday ,but now they are saying rain for Friday!!! Saturday and Sunday is suppose to be nice.Let me know what's up and maybe we can ride again! Well,it's getting late and I'm one tired old lady.Talk to you soon,Audrey
I had fun yesterday with you and Ron,and hope that we can do it again!!! Maybe we'll see you at the Auction. Nice meeting you!!!! I might ride my Quarter horse paint today,it will be our last ride together before he goes to his new home Saturday. Well,I'll talk to you later,Audrey
I have another thought...maybe your server's "junk mail" is blocking the messages from TTR. It is not uncommon, especially when emails have attachments or HTML content. If possible, check your junk mail and set TTR emails as "safe", there are addressed as coming from "email@example.com".
I logged into the website as you and saw that you received my message as well as messages from others. It also showed that you had not checked your "inbox", so it appears that you are getting your messages but maybe not looking in the right places. After you log in, it's a good idea to check (click on) two places each time; 1) MYPAGE in the main menu at the top right corner of the page (this is where "wall" messages go to that are directed to you or your group and, 2) INBOX which is located below the main menu on the top right hand side of the page (this is where 'private' messages go, those directed only to you).
Hi Teri, I checked all of your settings and made some minor adjustments. You should be receiving emails and notifications from the TTR website correctly. If you receive this message, it is an indication that all is OK. Let me know if you continue to feel that you are not getting all of your messages.
Hey Teri, by the way, let your husband know that he has a scary resemblence to a good friend of mine who is an actor in Hollywood, his name is Wayne Terry. It's amazing how closely they resemble each other; see his picture attached.
Thanks Teri, thats sounds great! I am ready to go somewhere soon. My husband and I went to Bowie Nature Park yesterday and had a great ride for the morning. Not too hot and very breezy. We met another couple going in the opposite direction who were riding matching palominos. I think they were gaited. Anyone know them? We didn't get their names, dang it! We don't know many people who can ride during the week, so it would be nice to know them and ride with them.
Teri, good to hear from you. Right now the plan is to ride tomorrow at Williamsport Lakes. We are going to church at 9:30 come home have a quick lunch and head over about 12. Mel and Steve are going also. We'll check the rain in the morning but I think we will be able to do this. Just the front loop.
Teri, I love this site!!! I am having trouble accepting your friend invite. Will keep trying and I am sending mine. We are riding at Laurel Hill on Thursday. Prize is so big and beautiful!
Yes I am still looking. A good gaited horse that would be safe on the trails for him. He was looking for a Rocky Mountain or a Missouri Fox Trotter but they are very hard to find. He is 61 years old, has had some health issues and has had a couple of horses stumble and fall with him so he is concerned with getting hurt. He needs something that will stand while he mounts and not try to walk off because the other horses are ready to go, not get real antsy when we are ready to go out when we are on trail rides and nothing over 15 - 15.1. The horse I am on in this picture is 21 and has arthritis. He was out of shape and with his arthritis stumbled and fell with him at East Fork. I guess I will have to send this guy back to the lady I got him from becasue my husband will no longer trust him. I love him and would like to get him in shape but I have 2 mares that really need my attention. They are not something he can ride.