Re: Bull Whip

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Posted by Michaelson from on September 18, 1998 at 09:57:19:

In Reply to: Re: Bull Whip posted by D.Borton on September 15, 1998 at 23:26:52:

: : Okay, I'm clear on it now. I don't think I really need to wash
: : my bullwhip because I only use it on short grass. Therefore, it has
: : not really had the chance to get dirty. I usually give my whip a
: : light coating of Pecard dressing after every use. Why? I don't know-
: : probably because I'm paranoid about it. I care about my whip SO much
: : that it actually effects my dreams. Every single dream I've had about
: : my whip is a bad one. In each one, my whip gets cut up or wet or comes
: : unbraided or hopelessly destroyed. My dad tells me that it is probably
: : a subconscious reaction which parallels how much I really care about
: : it. I think he's right. It has to be. If I have anymore questions or
: : anything, I'll create a new post at the top because I know we are
: : both tired of scrolling ALL THE WAY down here... Right? LOL!!!

: : -Dale

: No Problem Dale, I often wonder if anyone else ever comes down this far. Seriously though it sounds like your taking very good care of your bull whip, and as long as that's the case and your using it on soft grassy areas, I don't think you have to worry about washing it out. They can still get dirty on the grass, but normally its nothing that a wipe down or general cleaning can't handle. Try not to let it worry you so much, just watch out for those Poddy calves.

: Dan

We get down this far, it's just a heck of a lot harder to follow. Regards. Michaelson

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