I have officially been in the truck too long! I found this video on Youtube where they are comparing ‘regular people’ and ‘horse people’ and the clip at 5:55 had me laughing with tears in my eyes!
This could be caused by the fact that yesterday we spent ten hours in the truck pulling the trailer from Ohio back toward Texas and we are back in it today…already two and a half hours down the road. Our kids have been raised driving long distances and I have always wondered how this has affected them.
Two years ago we pulled into our destination after a five hour drive and our ten year old said, “Wow, we’re here already!
We have known for years that all this travel is good for the horses…maybe it is good training for the kids also!
**Here is the video…leave a comment and let me know which you thought was the funniest.**
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