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September 14, 2020

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I've been coordinating with people in the fire area to rescue horses. I asked Troy if we needed more space would it be possible to bring some of the evacuees up on the hill. I currently have 14 equine refugees on my property! Fortunately we were we did not need to put horses on the hill. I have field water troughs and have hay stored up there in the event that we would find it necessary to put horses there. I find it absolutely unforgivable that you would accuse Troy of lying about rescuing horses. I was very appreciative that he was willing to take evacuees.

LeeAnn, I find it absolutely unforgivable that you would lie about me accusing Troy of lying about rescuing horses. I have never done that. Not in this post, obviously. And not elsewhere. Please get your facts straight before you make unfounded accusations about people.

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