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Nexxus looks great. But seriously Kadi, who is that guy? Mark is out of town so we are already in "decoy withdrawl" and not that we are looking for a replacment but...are you holding out on us?

Lisa

PS I already have a big strong decoy of my own but I have plenty of girlfriends who would like one of their own!
 

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But seriously Kadi, who is that guy?
LOL I wish John was available for more work. But he lives in Paso Robles. Leri and I drove up for a day of training, and I'm going to try to make it a routine thing while Mark is gone. But routine only means once a month, it's a solid 4+ hour drive from my place.

I'm hoping to get him to come down this direction one in awhile also, probably the Long Beach area.

We need to get some more decoys in this area. I'm supposed to be trialing Mac and Havok at the Selectifs, hard to do when you are doing protection once a week.
 

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He's got nice arms, but I like slightly longer hair at least. When DH was learning a little bit of helper work before we lost our first TD, I said to him afterwards that there's just something about a man in uniform...even if that uniform is scratch pants and he's got a dog hanging off him. :lol:
 

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When you talk to Sandro, keep beating on him to move to the SD area. I have already told him that he needs to do this, and he wants to anyway. If you can convince him, then I will go with him and you can have two decoys.



 

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... move to the SD area. I have already told him that he needs to do this, and he wants to anyway. If you can convince him, then I will go with him and you can have two decoys.
oh bless you jeff!! as long as it's SE South Dakota--like sioux falls, that'd be WONDERFUL. though you don't really have to come if you don't want; i think you'd be a slave-driver, and i KNOW you don't, ummm, "accessorize"(?) as well....:) lol
 

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Uuuummmm, yeah. Better not hold your breath for that move. : )

"helpers" is what you are looking for, they are all about the dog hanging on a sleeve.

Old people like myself, need the dogs to be a bit more cooperative, and bite the legs so our old rickety backs don't hurt. The fat stomach gets in the way a bit, but overall much better. LOL



 
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