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Old October 1st 04, 05:43 AM
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This was our Masters Pairs run. Tsuki did great but I got lost so we got
an off course for the big E.
http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F000032


Our very first Masters Snooker Run - it was a quick one - this was the
only obstacle he took - since he took it twice. I thought I was far
enough out to pull him around, but I guess not!
http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F090001

Our Starters Standard run that earned our AD
http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F050017
http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F050016


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Old October 1st 04, 12:50 PM
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This was our Masters Pairs run. Tsuki did great but I got lost so we
got an off course for the big E.

http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F000032

(The above was my favorite of the pics :-)).

What a handsome fellow! Thanks for sharing these. He looks like he's having
a great time!

Jess


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Old October 1st 04, 06:21 PM
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Diane said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:

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I love the paw tuck, but where's the smile?

Our very first Masters Snooker Run - it was a quick one -
this was the only obstacle he took - since he took it
twice.


Heh, red back-to-back is not a good thing. My club looks upon
this as a donation.

My fastest ever Snooker run was with Rocky. I was looking
forward to it because #7 was a teeter (which Rocky does very
quickly) with 4 usable reds to it. So what does he do? Knocks
the first red bar and barrels into a tunnel. I think that our
time was under a second.

And congratulations on the AD!

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Old October 2nd 04, 06:37 PM
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Rocky wrote:

Diane said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:


http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...ventorder?phot
o=02NX007F000032



I love the paw tuck, but where's the smile?


Our very first Masters Snooker Run - it was a quick one -
this was the only obstacle he took - since he took it
twice.



Heh, red back-to-back is not a good thing. My club looks upon
this as a donation.

My fastest ever Snooker run was with Rocky. I was looking
forward to it because #7 was a teeter (which Rocky does very
quickly) with 4 usable reds to it. So what does he do? Knocks
the first red bar and barrels into a tunnel. I think that our
time was under a second.


Bonnie's very first snooker run was very quick too. Like yours,
red jump to tunnel. I led out, called her. She went around the
jump and into the tunnel. Oops!

And congratulations on the AD!


Yup, congrats Diane and Tsuki. Nice pictures.

Mary

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Old October 3rd 04, 01:44 AM
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On 1 Oct 2004 17:21:21 GMT Rocky whittled these words:
Diane said in rec.pets.dogs.activities:


http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F000032


I love the paw tuck, but where's the smile?


That's Tsuki working. A lot of his pictures are like that - total focus.
He'll especially get like that when I do silent running. And I choose
silent running mostly on tight courses becaue we are better off working
off of body language than counting on me to spit out the correct words.
He is good at directionals so I switch to that when he is working out
ahead of me.

Our very first Masters Snooker Run - it was a quick one -
this was the only obstacle he took - since he took it
twice.


Heh, red back-to-back is not a good thing. My club looks upon
this as a donation.


I make quite a few donations because I just can't take the safe route - I
have to go for broke. That doesn't always mean all 7s. I look for a
course that is both fun and challenging for Tsuki.

My fastest ever Snooker run was with Rocky. I was looking
forward to it because #7 was a teeter (which Rocky does very
quickly) with 4 usable reds to it. So what does he do? Knocks
the first red bar and barrels into a tunnel. I think that our
time was under a second.


I had one where I had Tanith take the red then I pushed her into a tunnel
and kept running then pushed her out over the red only to hear the whistle
Huh? Seems she came back out of the tunnel the same way she went in.

And congratulations on the AD!


Thanks - I hope to get that AAD a mite faster.

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Old October 3rd 04, 06:54 AM
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On Fri, 1 Oct 2004 07:50:11 -0400 Jess Knoch whittled these words:
wrote:
This was our Masters Pairs run. Tsuki did great but I got lost so we
got an off course for the big E.

http://www.photoreflect.com/scripts/...02NX007F000032


(The above was my favorite of the pics :-)).


What a handsome fellow! Thanks for sharing these. He looks like he's having
a great time!


Thanks - he does have a great time - and I'm very much attached to the
little toad.


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Old October 3rd 04, 07:00 AM
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On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 17:37:34 GMT Mary W. whittled these words:

Bonnie's very first snooker run was very quick too. Like yours,
red jump to tunnel. I led out, called her. She went around the
jump and into the tunnel. Oops!


I love snooker. Originally Tsuki did not because I'm calling him around
obstacles he wants to take. I dunno - something seems to have clicked ...
or we've been getting lucky with our courses.

And congratulations on the AD!


Thanks - while it took us 3 years to get that title we managed to get into
Masters in Snooker, Paris Relay and Jumpers in just eight trials. NO Qs
at that level yet, but I'm happy anyway.

Yup, congrats Diane and Tsuki. Nice pictures.


Thanks he is a very showy jumper.

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Old October 5th 04, 07:00 PM
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He looks like such a *tidy* jumper -- his feet all neatly tucked up.... :-)

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Old October 6th 04, 10:51 PM
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On Tue, 05 Oct 2004 18:00:57 GMT Victoria Neff whittled these words:
He looks like such a *tidy* jumper -- his feet all neatly tucked up.... :-)


Thaks - I love his jumping style.

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