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This wasn’t what I had planned for the end of my day. A small leak in a radiator hose has shut us down for the day. Thankfully, AAA has sent this fine towing service and we are in the cab heading home.


A long Day

Sorry for the shortness, but really, other than having a great day with the horses we saw, we are grateful that the afternoon thunderstorms stayed away while we waited without a/c in the 90 degree heat.

From the road, this is Doc T

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