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Thanks to Some of My 2011 Venues

Thanks to Some of My 2011 Venues

The community in Hampton CT. on Memorial Day

                 The Orr Family at Fort Hill Farms, Thompson , CT.

                               The Northeast Regional Cowboy Mounted Shooting Competition

              The Guilford Fair Donkey and Mule Show  (CT)

The Lippitt Show – Tunbridge, VT.  Lippitt Morgan Horses 
  Karen Swanburg and  Mint Black Jack shown

                         Ocean House at Watch Hill Rhode Island

                                     Stories in the Portable Pantry  Rochester New Hampshire

                             The Big E – New England’s State Fair  – Springfield, MA.

One of my 2011 projects VoiceMail is reported on in this blog. Dec 26 is the next VoiceMail at 7 p.m. with my Holiday Epic tale Christmas Spirits being shared:

2011 I was also active with the Connecticut Storytelling Center here is the blog on the annual Festival and the workshop I did:

Move over John Wayne, look out Clint Eastwood

( rider: Tim Stearns) What did you accomplish over the weekend in 16 seconds? In cowboy mounted shooting, the fast action rodeo type equine sport 16 seconds is a good run. For the Ct. Renegades State Championships Sept 18 & 19, 2010 Cowboys and Cowgirls from all over the Northeast descended on Enfield, Ct.’s Round… Continue Reading

Dedication and Insanity Meet pt. 4 Daybreak’s Story

Dedication and Insanity Meet pt. 4 Daybreak’s Story

We had nothing left to do but load the horse and drive back, except….Daybreak hates horse trailers has a history and a no I won’t load, game on his agenda. Here on this back road on the Mass. New Hampshire border I do not want to be part of a 3 hour loading event. Our… Continue Reading

Dedication, One Step From Insane

Dedication, One Step From Insane

That lump, you see it on the tailgate? Well that’s me, and I ended up sleeping there. I have to say it wasnt really sleep the body just stopped functioning. It had been a long day of announcing at our cowboy mounted shooting competition. I was also cheering on my son Tim and his horse… Continue Reading