How to smash a log into three pieces by Bella
Not to be a bitch but this has ‘unsafe’ written all over it
as you can clearly see, the jump fell over very easily and nobody was hurt. I don’t see how this is in any way unsafe..
The step ladder is unsafe. What if something spooked the mare and she leaped over as they were approaching and ran right into the step ladder? It wouldn’t be very pretty getting their legs tangled up in that. I’m pretty sure that’s what ottb-hunter was pointing out.
Yeeeeah, aside from no helmet, that step ladder is just a disaster waiting to happen..
If she had tried to avoid the jump toward the step-ladder that could have been bad news. If she hadn’t cleared it her legs could have been entangled. It’s very easy for a horse to seriously injure their legs, and many of those injuries can be devastating. Always try to make jumps that are safe for both rider and horse. If the rider had fallen into the step-ladder it would have hurt a lot worse than just hitting the ground. It’s not a matter of whether or not the anyone was hurt this time. Anyone who does any jumping knows that no matter how well trained the horse is, it doesn’t always go the way you plan.
dragon age: nations [4/?] PAR VOLLENWhen the Qunari arrived in Thedas from the north, Par Vollen was the first land they conquered and converted to the Qun. Long before the arrival of the Qunari, the human inhabitants of Par Vollen built great pyramids in the island’s abundant jungles. Their culture developed in isolation from the mainland peoples. However, that old culture has largely been forgotten after generations under the rigid law and teachings of the Qun. While the pyramids of the original society were impressive, the marvels have since been outdone by the great domes and aqueducts of Qunandar, which is the only city of real importance on the island and easily a rival to the great Thedosian cities like Cumberland in Nevarra, Val Royeaux in Orlais, and Minrathous in Tevinter. Par Vollen is peaceful, its native humans largely willing converts to the Qun. The Qunari consider Par Vollen their new homeland.
My blog is wearing a bowtie in honor of the 50th Anniversary of Doctor Who.
your blog needs a bow tie because bow ties are cool
I had to reblog this because they’re holding hands
and nothing melts me more than platonic grown-up hand-holding
"Perhaps it is in Ireland?"
The Hand of Fear (1976)
The Invisible Enemy (1977)
Human Nature (2007)
Christopher Eccleston, photograph by Charlie Gray (2012)
Thank you, Doctor, for everything.
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