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bob ny    Posted 03-08-2004 at 06:14:54       [Reply]  [No Email]
let me set the stage
1 when you live on top of a mountian there are
only two directions , level and down
2 when you have a box of crayons for a couple of years some are not as sharp as others
3 when it snows 6-7 inches the exact spot where level turns to down changes
now my little crayon(springer spanial named holly)loves to run through the snow more than anything in the world usually at top speed,
now if you have the picture in your mind. i will tell you only thati am 70 x years old and for me to go down into a ravine and carry that dull crayon back up is not a whole lot of fun at 6:00 in the morning , ehe is ok just scared

deadcarp    Posted 03-08-2004 at 08:56:15       [Reply]  [No Email]
Oh them puppies can have fun in the snow. - We had a real bright farm dog like that years ago. He loved to chase rabbits and was poking around one day after it snowed and we were loading wood on the wagon. Sure enough, a big jack-rabbit took off and he lit out after it with all he had. he was fast but the rabbit had been chased before so they're kicking up snow out across the plowed field, and every time he'd get close enough to pounce, the rabbit would sharply change directions and the silly dog would swing a loop and get on him again. After a ways, the rabbit tired of the game so stretched out & took off straight across the field. What the rabbit knew, the dog didn't, so the rabbit hopped neatly across the hidden deadfurrow and all of a sudden there was a big puff of snow when the dog dove headlong into it! Needless to say, the rabbit was 1/4 mile away & chase was over by the time poochie got his bearings again. :)

jeanette    Posted 03-08-2004 at 06:59:00       [Reply]  [No Email]
aw poor little dog! good thing she has you to save her

Clipper    Posted 03-08-2004 at 06:20:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
I think you can get her a poochy-parachute over on E-Bay....or mebbe a Saint Bernard would do the trick fer bringing her home safe? :^)

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