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Mulography

Postby glenatron » Thu Jan 29, 2015 11:14 pm

This one's just a link I'm afraid, but my true love has taken to blogging about her mule and she's a very readable writer and a true enthusiast about her long-eared buddy, so some of you might enjoy this: Mulography.
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Re: Mulography

Postby Chevalblanc » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:53 am

Great blog! Have added it to my reading list. From my few dealings with Sarah's Maverick, I agree that mules are really good at making you think! Love this bit: "It felt a lot like dealing with a small child who doesn’t really believe that you’re going to carry out your threat, and then suddenly realises that you mean what you say!" :donkey:
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Re: Mulography

Postby Trudi » Fri Jan 30, 2015 8:41 am

Will take a look as soon as I have a minute :thumbup:
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Re: Mulography

Postby littlewhitehorse » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:37 pm

Thanks for sharing the link, have started reading and will go back to it, what a great blog, I love your OH's style and her way of thinking things out. The mule is cute, as everyone says, and I love the idea she says, that she is just his comedy sidekick :lol: :lol:
Reading the top post I am thinking that my Lucie must have some mule in her as I have the same issues about catching and often have to walk away or do some poopicking until she is ready to catch me. Pursuing her with the halter would be fatal, it has to be when she is ready (feels safe?) and I know now to let her think it is her idea. I believe it is all about leadership with her too.
I'll be following the blog :thumbup: :donkey:
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Re: Mulography

Postby spottygiraffe » Fri Jan 30, 2015 12:59 pm

Yay, brilliant :hurray: :donkey: :donkey: :donkey:

I will love to compare and contrast mule notes!
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Re: Mulography

Postby fabikat » Fri Jan 30, 2015 1:55 pm

Nice blog. :thumbup: :-D
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Re: Mulography

Postby JennieF » Fri Jan 30, 2015 7:12 pm

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Re: Mulography

Postby littlewhitehorse » Sun Feb 01, 2015 6:39 pm

I read some more, great fun! Love all the b&w images in the sidebars, what a good idea. Where and what is the Punchbowl? I thought it was a common or something, but Exmoor is mentioned.

I am now following both your blogs :thumbup: :thumbup: ; I really need to get on with my new blog for 2015, it's past the new year resolution time :roll: Still dithering about a name for it 8-)
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Re: Mulography

Postby glenatron » Sun Feb 01, 2015 9:29 pm

Marty first came from Dartmoor, but we're based the south-west corner of Surrey. The Devils Punchbowl is one of the local commons, an area that was popular with literary figures in the Victorian era as it is scenic but on the railway line from London...
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Re: Mulography

Postby littlewhitehorse » Tue Feb 03, 2015 8:37 am

Thanks Ben; interesting about the literary connection too :thumbup:
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