I think I would describe the barrel racing horses as athletic and frenetic, and the Hunter Jumper horses as graceful and serene.
As much as I don't like to make plans sometimes the situation calls for plans to be made despite the loss of freedom they create as soon as their formulated. But despite that in deference to our strange and trying times I have decided what I need to do is re-up for two more days here at the fairgrounds, because my current stay requires that I vacate the premises Saturday morning and I don't like trying to find camping spots on the weekend if I can possibly help it.
I thought about leaving a couple days early but they don't give refunds at the Fairgrounds, and leaving early would put me under a bit of pressure to get everything packed up and ready to go and I don't do well under pressure. Not to mention that I'm already having to deal with the pressure of making and carrying out a plan, so I would probably crack under the stress of having to pack up quickly and drive off in the wrong direction where I could end up in Oaxaca Mexico, or worse yet, California.
By the way, did everybody in the world but me realize that Oaxaca is pronounced Wa-ha-ka. And how come my dictation software can easily spell Oaxaca but can't ever spell...... Lake have a six, Lake have is to, Lake have assumed, LAKE HAVASU!!!
It's good to be able to look a horse in the eye for a change, my job at the Hunter Jumper stable while in high school gave me a completely different view.
folks standing by just in case someone goes over the handlebars when they land.
I spent a lot of time poking fun at the Hunter Jumpers because that's what I do, but in reality I appreciate the ability and skills of these horses and their riders and I really enjoyed watching them work together.
Horse in stall..... Catch ya later Fluffy, enjoy that Italian sausage at the roach coach.
Horse walking away..... Later dude.
Horse in stall.... Poor Fluffy, he hasn't realized yet he's going to BE the Italian sausage,..... next time I see him he'll be on a bun smothered in onions.