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Sharon Levasseur
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  • Bucksport, Maine
  • United States
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Hometown:
Bucksport, Maine, USA
VVClassic: Division
GPS
Relationship Status:
Married
Website:
http://www.zegifts.com
Number of Horses
1
Favorite Saddle
Barefoot Cheyenne with ThinLine Endurance Pad inside cover from a Skito Insert Pad, topped with Ultra ThinLine Sheepskin Comfort Pad and ThinLine shims. ThinLine dressage girth.
Number of Rides you do each year?
0-5
Do you follow FEI Endurance?
No
How Long have you been riding Endurance?
0-5 years

Sharon Levasseur's Blog

Vermont 100 story is online.

Posted on July 24, 2008 at 8:22am 0 Comments

http://www.zegifts.com/Stories5.htm/#vt08

(Easiest not to maintain my stories in TWO places.)

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At 9:55am on March 13, 2009, Marirose Six said…
Oh, you also have to hold the click down while drawing the line.
At 9:54am on March 13, 2009, Marirose Six said…
How about, once you make your start dot, move your cursor away from it a little in the direction you rode. It should make a box so that you can get the squiggle lines instead of just straight lines. But, your mouse has to be just a little bit away to change from hand to box.
At 7:17am on March 13, 2009, Cindy Collins said…
So sorry no one answered at first, Sharon. Most of us have never hand-drawn on GE, so didn't want to mess you up :) Hopefully, Marirose got you squared away. Happy riding! Cindy
At 9:19pm on March 12, 2009, Marirose Six said…
If you have any questions, just comment back & I'll help ya out.
At 9:19pm on March 12, 2009, Marirose Six said…
Hi Sharon, I'm sorry for not getting with you sooner. For handrawn: get on GE, click on 'add a path' (On the top, looks like 3 squares). Name the path, choose color, make the size of the line at least 2. Click on GE at the beginning of your ride, & draw away. If you move mouse to the top right side of GE a coouple circles w/ arrows appear, use the bottom one to move the GE page around. When you get all done, click OK. then Right click on the path in your list of places, click 'save as'. from your documents you can then download into a blog or to track logs. From there, you can copy & paste to your vet card. To measure the trail: right click on the path at GE, click copy. go to http://www.emaltd.net/google/gec/utilities/index.asp?l=en then paste the path from GE in the box. Click on british units, then calculate.
At 1:36pm on July 22, 2008, Diamond Jake said…
Hi There,
Still trying to get the hang of this thing. But it is the perfect place to have a nice Endurance blog! Did you notice our pictures kinda look the same? Your colors are better, though!
At 8:32am on July 16, 2008, Angie Mcghee said…
Nice photo! Looks like you're letting it rip. >g< I should talk, when I have this one up. :-)
 
 
 

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