Oh, Please!!! Enough of this "Milton Equestrian Heritage" malarkey. How can a three year old city claim such a heritage. Only in Milton can a fenced acre of pine staw with a pony be called a horse farm!
The horses are real. The farms are real. What is your problem with recognizing this part of Milton's diverse culture?
Oh, Please 8.28 blogger!!! Enough of this relentless criticism and meanness. Is the formation of an Equestrian/Heritage Group such a threat to you? Is it going to endanger the lives of your children or send them on a path to self destruction. Heritage, specifically natural heritage refers to landscape, fauna, flora, natural resources etc. There are numerous Equestrian/Farming properties in Milton that have been rural for years and years and possibly owned by one family for the same amount of time. Many of the current owner's may wish to pass them on to their children or grandchildren in order to preserve their rural nature. The fact that the City of Milton is only a few years old does not mean that such properties lost their rural or equestrian heritage and had to start from scratch again.Give it a break!
Horse $hit and gun smoke...like the Alpharetta Calvary was about 40 years ago.
8:28 poster - what is the logo?Long before you moved here, the Milton area and surrounds was known as the finest area for horses and farms in the Atlanta area. That is the reason that it looks the way it does and the reason that most of us live here. You will be much happier if you move to Johns Creek or Sandy Springs.
Also you might get a chance to meet Laura. Just try not to notice the empty look you will get if you stare into her eyes.
You mean kind of that "lost" look? She ain't so bright!
Wow to be blessed with the perfection that blogger's 7.28 and 9.37 obviously enjoy! But on the contrary Laura is in fact extremely bright.
That is a beautiful picture. Bravo to the photog and the models.
Just ask anyone that has had a conversation with Laura, other than jzb followerers, and they will confirm she has a loose screw in her brain. Ask some of the horse people?
Why don't you give us your name and the names of all these people that have had a conversation with Laura who confirm she has a 'loose screw in her brain'?It would be useful to use your name as a reference when, those of us unfamiliar with Laura, try to confirm your sweeping statement.But you wouldn't do that would you - possibly because it could expose you to ridicule and perhaps show you up to be a vicious, critical and spineless coward?First impression - I'd give preference to someone with a 'loose screw' over you any day!
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