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... only defend myself with deadly force if the bear attacked and I would have to prove to the government that was his intention. The Jeep was on the other side of the stream and would offer little protection anyway as the bear with one swipe of its huge paw could make it a convertible. Lacey had changed to her “back off, dude” bark, but the bear wasn’t listening. He was a couple of hundred yards off but coming straight for ...
... for one,” Dad said. “A boy should have a horse, especially if he’s a Texan.”
“My own horse!” Cody was now in tears. “Oh, I love you. Thank you Mom and Dad. This is the best Christmas present ever!” He hugged them both and then hugged me for good measure. He sat down next to me, wiping his eyes. “I got a horse, Justin… a real horse of my very own!” We all sat quiet for a ...
... the higher the likelihood that I need to get out of my car (this was pretty obvious but got in the way of my stubbornness to not stop driving). And number four was that I will skip a meal even if I'm hungry just to make better time. In fact, my lunch was root beer and salt and vinegar kettle chips. Clearly I recognize that I need my nutrients and all that, but without someone else to look out for, I simply don't feel the need to stop every ...
... Something was bothering him, but I knew better than to ask. He would tell me before long. As we were having lunch in a mall, he said, “You know the Christmas gift that I made for your parents? I don’t think it’s nice enough. I think I better get something else.”
I had watched him making it and told him it was the perfect present, but now he didn’t seem sure. I did my best to assure him it was fine and that they ...
... All the bands were awesome! Marching bands always bring a lump to my throat. There were a lot of horses as one might expect… all the way from the USMC mounted color guard, the rodeo royalty, rodeo drill teams from Cody and Cheyenne, to Ehcapa (Apache backwards) a bareback riding group aged 8 to 18 celebrating the Native American way of riding- no saddles, just a simple neck rein. One of the most beautiful entrants was the pack train ...