The gps less horse

The gps less horse

Post by Irene Hampt » Tue, 08 Jan 2013 01:22:51

Happy New Year to all my Friends.
  Bandit and I were out on Christmas Day testing the GPs.  The trusty
Guide dog had done way too much partying on Christmas Eve, so He was only
staggering around the House, Not a suitable candiate for serious walking.
  Bandit came calmly along to the next road, walking very on the footing,
I was slipping badly on the ice underneath. Four legs are more stabe the
two.  I had not turnied on the gps as I thought we could progress without
the extra support.  Not a good idea. We missed the turn left on the return
journey, I know we were off path when I sprawled across the back of the
neighbour's Bmw. Back to the main road.  trying to start the gps with
frozen fingers  and Bandit assuming the article was horse cruchis or a
peanut butter sandwich.   Fighting off the starving horse we arrived at my
driveway without a gps singmal.  Bandit was very happily trundling to the
next interesction when I was rescued by my son explaining that I had
missed my driveway.  My theory is that some horses have excellent gps
system.  Bandit is not in the exulted category.
 The m***of the story is never leave home without gps turned on in the
midwinter.
Irene