A Day in the horse’s life
It is a joking thing and I love that stride of the man’s legs, “he can get around”.
“This is not a winning thing”.
The man is playing a tune on a banjo and singing, “Home on the range”.
He may be playing “happy days are here again” on his banjo.
Dots little daughter likes to sing it.
Trigger is the name of the horse and he is waiting for his master to come back.
“It looks like a happy horse”.
The man is jumping on his horse because he wants to get home.
He is doing a running jump and there will be a few talking about the running jump.
He is not in the position to land on the horse.
Laurel has never seen her father get on his horse from that position.
The stirrups are on the horse and the man is up in the air.
He might land standing beside the horse and put his foot in the stirrup.
The man will get on his horse and rides happily into the sunset.
Storyteller’s: Sylvia, Lloyd, Dot, Betty, Jeannie, Gordon, Doris, Laurel. Pat