I was sitting at my desk in July when a co-worker handed me an envelop with my name written on the outside. I opened the envelop with hesitation. I normally do not receive mail at the office unless it is junk mail. Much to my surprise, a reader of Ohio’s Country Journal had written to me with their own unique story of a loose horse. I was thrilled.
We all loved the letter so much that it is included in this column below as well as two other responses we received by e-mail. Thanks to all of you for sharing your stories. I hope those of you who are reading this column enjoy them and get a big laugh like I did.
The first e-mail comes from my mom’s cousin Eddie Luse of St. Paris.
“This true story takes place on a ‘perfect’ day in the early 1980s. It was March, cold, windy, some snow and I was to be ring man in Columbus, Ohio, in the coliseum on the state fairgrounds at the Spring Quarter Horse Show.… Continue readingRead More »