"T" For Trouble
The two "t" words are synonymous.
Sunday, my horsesitter turned Tucker out in the riding arena with the sand footing because we still had mud and we need to be careful with his shoes. All was well when I left for church.
Sitting through the service with my stiff knees was a little challenging, but it was fine. And since I knew the anthem we were singing I was able to join the choir. The group went out to lunch afterwards and I enjoyed a nice salad bar meal.
I came home--I still have to beg rides from friends since I am not yet driving myself--in the early afternoon and relaxed for a bit.
But something kept nagging at me. I just had a feeling Tucker was no longer in the arena. I gave in to my sixth sense and went out to the barn. Sure enough, the arena was empty and Tucker was hanging out in the barn. What did I find in the arena?
Two possible avenues of escape:
So, with no rain in the forecast for a few days, he is on full turnout because the arena fence needs repair.
Today, in the early afternoon, I went out to put the fans on in the barn.
I was greeted by a naked Tucker! No flysheet. What???? Where???? No sign of it and I am not quite yet up to hiking the paddocks and pasture on a quest.
Now, he is dressed in one of the orange flysheets. It doesn't fit really well, but it will do until I find the missing one.
Some children just seem to get in trouble at every turn.