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Old 07-09-2015, 06:14 AM   #111
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Boo you have to remember we full time also so this is their home. They are ok by themselves for a couple of hours but they are young so we find places they can run and be dogs.
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Old 07-09-2015, 11:11 AM   #112
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Race? I thought they built the track for the wine festival. The do bark. Dogs are supposed too. We do work with them to be quite and are mostly successful. I've never had small dogs. They are definitely different from the big dogs we have had.
Small dogs all the way for me...... Fur balls, we call them.

But large dogs can be beautiful E. G. Golden Retrievers, Blond Labs.

And there is a difference between barking and incessant yapping. A lady friend of ours has Maltese.... When I approach he tries to be really fierce for about 5-10 seconds before licking me to death. But while he's barking and growling at me, he's "pawing" the ground with all four feet, sorta like a bull would do... He throws dirt and pebbles all over the place; it's really hilarious.

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Old 07-09-2015, 11:20 AM   #113
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Race? I thought they built the track for the wine festival. The do bark. Dogs are supposed too. We do work with them to be quite and are mostly successful. I've never had small dogs. They are definitely different from the big dogs we have had.
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Old 07-09-2015, 11:37 AM   #114
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Mike thanks for the video but it's a little long. I was kidding about the track. I'm very familiar with Watkins Glen Race track with its long history of great racing. The FROG rally here is for the wine festival they hold here every year.
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Wonderful. Hope you enjoyed the festival.
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Old 07-10-2015, 12:45 PM   #116
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Boo you have to remember we full time also so this is their home. They are ok by themselves for a couple of hours but they are young so we find places they can run and be dogs.

So where are you spending you winters now? Yuma, AZ has become my favorite.

BTW, here, just 50 miles south of Grand Tetons NP, we are running the heater this morning!! Temp around 50 as I type.

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Gale and I wish you all a most enjoyable 4th of July and safe travels. We salute and thank our service personnel and veterans, We will be local in NJ and getting ready for our New Orleans trip next week (for a wedding). Hope the AC works - LOL.

Where will you be celebrating?
We traditionally celebrate with a group of high school friends, and we just go down by the beach about 2 miles from our house to see the fireworks. This year the drought is so bad and many pine trees are dead. The powers that be cancelled the fireworks. So we loaded up the RV and got up early to go park it 10 miles down the road in a turnout above Cayucos.
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