Wednesday, May 11, 2011

May 11th, 2011


MARY
because there was no picture of mary in the Sunday tabloo-- i had 2 panic emails asking if she was ok..   she usually gets her long ears in many photo's just by being around looking for carrots  .. but she wasn't even in the background.  i told mark this was a problem-- the puppies are cute--- but then there is mary ....
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an old friend -bill huber  photographer from boston may want to do a series with pups--  i sent him the tabloo also to see if our pups would  "work" for size  --- 
he is the photographer that did the picture of pipi in the shreaded stuffed chair.... and many others.. ---- we go way back to many strange animal  advertising shots  -
 many-- many ----
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I/WE HAVE SOME SERIOUS ORGANIZATION FOR TOMORROW'S TRIP
AND I BEST GET AT IT.
 
I ASKED "COUSIN JIM" IF HE COULD FIGURE OUT WHERE WE COUD STOP BEFORE GOING TO THE RESTAURANT AND I DIDN'T REALIZE WHAT A VOLATILE ISSUE DOGS WAS TO HIM  SINCE HIS WIFE IS PRESIDENT  AND FOUNDER OF BATTERY PARK WHATEVER...
 
HE EMAILED ME
 his quote "the over use of the Park  turned her $180,000,000  Battery  Park project into a huge unkept urine smelling dog run.
 
AND THEN HE GOT HELPFUL WITH
 
Carlene,
 
If you come down the West Side highway that it heads into  Battery Park.  That is where a lot of buses park letting people out to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island tours.  You could let your guy out there.  Map Quest or Google 21 West Street.  There is a huge garage right opposite 21 West Street and it is a block away from the Park. 
 
Hope that is helpful. 
 
Jim
 
I AM HOPING WE CAN MEET PETER THERE SOMEHOW.
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WE HAVE THE "SHELVING/FENCING"   TARP AND FLUFFIES
WE STILL HAVE TO PACK A COOLER OF THINGS LIKE FIRST AID ( PUPPIES SCRATCH EVEN THO WE DID THERI NAILS) PAPER TOWELS AND DUCT TAPE...
 
NOT ONLY DO WE HAVE TO PACK IT--- WE HAVE TO FIND IT FIRST.
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HARD PRESSED FOR CUT AND PASTE  ---
 
 I GOT THIS FROM LYNN CASHMAN
 
The Roy Rogers Museum in Branson , MO closed its doors forever.  The contents of the museum were sold at a public auction.  Roy Rogers told his son, if the museum ever operates at a loss, close it and sell the contents.  He complied.
Note the follow-on article, truly the end of an era. 
Here is a partial listing of some of the items that were sold at auction...
Trigger's saddle and bridle sold for $386,500
 
MAKING ME WONDER WHAT REX TRAILER'S SADDLE WOULD SELL FOR -- DIDA HAS THAT ONE.
 

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