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Old 01/30/07, 09:28 PM
 
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Well Trained Mule For Sale

A good friend has a 14 year old, 16 hands tall Mule for sale that is trained for riding as well as pulling in harness. He wants $1500.00 for the mule. PM me for a phone number. The Mule is located in Kerrville, TX. They also have a real nice Quarter horse that is well trained for riding for sale for the same price.

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Old 01/30/07, 10:53 PM
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I misread.I thought it said," Well Trained Male For Sale".

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Old 01/30/07, 10:58 PM
 
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Wish I could jump on this...heck I was just in Kerrville!

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Old 01/31/07, 07:21 AM
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I misread.I thought it said," Well Trained Male For Sale".
Ah...well...same difference

I just watched a Dirty Jobs episode where he was with some small-time loggers in TN. They used mules to pull the logs out of the forest and were talking about how valuable a well-trained mule was. It was really interesting to watch them work.

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Old 01/31/07, 08:17 AM
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I misread.I thought it said," Well Trained Male For Sale".

big rockpile
looks like we both need glasses Rockpile! boy, did i click on that fast! I was ready to have him shipped up here! on the other hand, my husband was always saying " what you really need dear is a mule".( smile)
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Old 01/31/07, 08:36 AM
 
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Ah...well...same difference

I just watched a Dirty Jobs episode where he was with some small-time loggers in TN. They used mules to pull the logs out of the forest and were talking about how valuable a well-trained mule was. It was really interesting to watch them work.

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I saw that episode. Gee Haw, It was great!
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Old 01/31/07, 03:07 PM
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I opened this link, expecting to see the price of a book and wondering why it wasn't over in The Classroom. You see I am looking for a newer copy of the homeschooling book, The Well Trained Mind. Amazing what you THINK you see sometimes.
It took me a few seconds to figure out why there was a MULE advertised.

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Old 01/31/07, 07:52 PM
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had me one of them thar mules that could pull logs, wagons & you could ride too. Great disposition. Ugly as heck but I sure miss her. $1500 is a very fair price. Got her from New Mexico.

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