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October 10, 2007

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wow interesting job! Lucky horses

GOD BLESS YOU AND ALL THAT MAKE WHAT YOU DO POSSIBLE. Every time I get your newsletter, I am moved to tears. In fact, I write to you now through a veil of tears. I am so touched by what you do. I cannot find the words to tell you how grateful I am that you rescue these beautiful creatures. I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

Desiree

How do you get them to hold still for the dental work?

Thank you for taking such good care of the creatures.

Roy seems to be very calm while having his teeth worked on, what a good guy! Looks like Dr. Angela Langer would get a backache doing 12 of those! Glad you had a gorgous fall day for the "herd health & dental day"!
Big hugs to all,
ginger, Tobias & Tlingit

Dr. Langer certainly wouldn't need any gym time after her day at RDR was done!
I hope it was a wonderful week for her and that visiting the ranch was an inspiring highlight.
It does look like a beautiful day in Ovando; doesn't get much better than walking sunny pastures, checking on your horses with dogs trailing behind and cats peering from their perches. Good stuff!

The horse tools are so big! Another productive day at RDR! Yes, it looks like a beautfiul fall day!

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