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        05-29-2013, 12:27 PM
      #9741
    Green Broke
    Hmm, was thinking one of these might work too...lol
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        05-29-2013, 12:31 PM
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    Haha me too. I have 2 of these, sometimes one is water and the other is cider. Depending on who I am riding with. I go early in the am if I must brave Wal Mart.
    There is one right down the way from my shop that is not to bad I may just leave a bit earlier tomorrow and go before work ..



    Hubby is grumpy about this!!! I tell you I will not let him ruin my weekend.

    How hard is it to be home to have a dog dropped off?? Gees just tell me when you'll be there and I the dog will be there then then you can leave and do what ever WOW
         
        05-29-2013, 12:32 PM
      #9743
    Green Broke
    Y'all should really consider camelbacks.

    camelback - Camelback Hydration Pack

    You could attach them to the saddle then extend the tube so you can grab it and bring up to drink then stuff it to store.
         
        05-29-2013, 12:35 PM
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    Originally Posted by Roadyy    
    Y'all should really consider camelbacks.

    camelback - Camelback Hydration Pack

    You could attach them to the saddle then extend the tube so you can grab it and bring up to drink then stuff it to store.
    neat Idea rick but IDK if I would drink that much
         
        05-29-2013, 12:38 PM
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    I still like the Duck better ... that reminds me how are your Ducks?
    I have not been down to the Pond to see ours as the pasture is so tall I would never make it.. Cody wouldn't even have to dip his head to munch...
    Can you spot the kid in there?

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        05-29-2013, 12:43 PM
      #9746
    Green Broke
    They are bigger than their parents. The geese are getting huge and the MIL's dog has gotten 2 more chickens at the house leaving 2 now. I really am considering the $25 fee to drop him off at the pound would be worth it if I only knew she wouldn't find him there.
         
        05-29-2013, 12:53 PM
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    They are bigger than their parents. The geese are getting huge and the MIL's dog has gotten 2 more chickens at the house leaving 2 now. I really am considering the $25 fee to drop him off at the pound would be worth it if I only knew she wouldn't find him there.
    How much to drop off the MIL at the pound??

    On a side note... no wonder people dump animals out on country roads if they have to pay to give them up.
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        05-29-2013, 01:02 PM
      #9748
    Green Broke
    That fee goes towards feed and expenses to take care of it during the time period of finding a home and euthanizing if it isn't a kill free kennel. I would be more likely to spend a .22 round on him before putting him through that no matter how much I dislike him. There are very few dogs that have the ability to annoy me and he is one who does along with my wife's mini red dachshund female. She makes my ears bleed with her barking. They both bark at their own shadow and any moving object.
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        05-29-2013, 04:15 PM
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    OK, here's the link to the guy I am looking into..........

    For Sale - New Hope Training and Sales

    Scroll down to Lil Leo Drift.

    BIG guy!! I'm nearly 6', so that works for me!
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        05-29-2013, 04:21 PM
      #9750
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    Nice Nicker!!! He looks like a sweet boy.
         

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