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11/30/2011

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Bill Carmean

A wonderful story.

It reminds me of my Tacoma neighbors who bought an untrained horse. I was about ten. Although I had never been on a horse, I wanted to sit on that horse -- while it was safely locked in its stable.

My friends helped me onto its bare back. Suddenly, it escaped from the stable and galloped down an unimproved path, attempting to unseat me. Tree branches threatened to gore me. I eventually fell off, of course. I was not injured, but hat was the most exciting ride of my life!

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