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    Veteran Member Gordon Gould's Avatar
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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    I like Charlie. Here is Lady. She is trying to figure if it is worth going after a squirrel thru all the snow. She thinks her job is "squirrel patrol". All business when it comes to squirrels.
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    "If you're not making any mistakes then you're not doing anything"

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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    Beautiful dog. Had a male white German Shepard just like her. He came with the farm my dad bought years ago. He was neglected so it took a while for him to come around to us but after that he was one of the best farm dogs we ever had.

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    Veteran Member Gordon Gould's Avatar
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    I got here from an animal rescue society after she had been confined to a barn as a puppy maker for about three years. It took some time and work but now she is a great dog. Friendly and happy.
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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Looking4new View Post
    That big ol petercar looks a little cold and snowy.
    I think itr was shivering a little.
    Even though the rear tandems were covered with at least 3 feet of snow, it was able to pull itself out.
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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon Gould View Post
    I like Charlie. Here is Lady. She is trying to figure if it is worth going after a squirrel thru all the snow. She thinks her job is "squirrel patrol". All business when it comes to squirrels.
    OMG, what a cutie! My girl Daisy agrees about squirrel patrol...serious duty!

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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    Indeed sharp looking pup Gordon..on patrol earning keep.

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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    My barn after a early snow fall.
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    My buddy checking out the snow situation after a snow fall during the Christmas holidays.
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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?-0.jpg
    This is one of the few I have. This is just me driving, i just got tire chains a month a go. This summer I am going to get my snowblower brackets welded and build a few attachments
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    Great pics! The dog pics were a special treat, so thanks for that!
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    Default Re: Did anyone have time to take snow pics this winter?

    Mostly sloppy, muddy snow now. 'cmon spring.
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