WAY TO GO GUYS !!
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AND WHILE YOU ARE AT IT .. PROVING HE HAS "SWIMMERS" WITH ONLY ONE HEAD AND ONE TAIL... WOULD BE NICE...
WE DID NOT GO THE MICROSCOPE ROUTE WITH HIM-- AND WE SHOULD...
NOW THAT WE HAVE SO MANY PEOPLE RETIRING--- LIKE MEATCUTTER STEVE'S WIFE WHO WAS A BIOLOGY TEACHER.... MAYBE WE CAN GET HER TO SET UP THE MICROSCOPE PROPERLY.. TO INSPECT WALTER'S EFFORTS AT FATHERHOOD.
SOME WORDS I HAVE TO AVOID BECAUSE SOME COMPUTERS ARE SET UP TO REJECT EMAIL CONTAINING CERTAIN WORDS PERTAINING TO THE REPRODUCTION OF MAMMALS.
ANYWAY WALTER..... REMEMBER WE WERE NOT 100% SURE ON THE LAST BUNCH BECAUSE WE BACKED HIM UP WITH BENTLEY.
NO BACK UP THIS TIME...
AT LEAST THAT I KNOW OF...
SUNDAY SCHEDULE--- WHY NOT...
WHEN EARLENE GETS HERE AND GETS HESELF ORGANIZED.... I THINK SHE SHOUL D HAVE A "WHO'S WHO" SESSION WITH all these pups...... i can tell them apart but i don t know which name goes with who... so we will let the expert
and the other thing i should do is explain a leash to the 4 stedman pups.. it is a delicate thing.... because, altho you don't want them to become tooooo frightened, a little bit is not bad so they learn " the lesson of the rope"--- is what horse people call it. i.e. do not question the authority of a rope whether a person or a tree is at the other end...... just stand around.
some tendencies of horses and dogs is similar--- both fight the rope's authority-- not a big deal with a dog- they learn usually quickly....-- but 1000 pounds of upset horse is not a good thing...-- and with horses if, in the learning process they break a rope and get loose-- they will then-- forever-- be capable of "flying back". i had a horse like that once.... you could not tie him to anything.... you could drop the rope on the ground and he would stand motionless for hours, but the minute he felt any pressure on the top of his head by the halter... he would fling himself backwards doing all kinds of damage to himself and the surroundings.
the other similar tendency is ... fear flight...if either one is tied to something which will drag behind it like a cart/wagon/ or plastic bag, the first instinct is to run uncontrollably-- dogs are smart enough to overcome this quickly- as long as you are prepared to deal with the instinct the first time round.. but horses... never... which is why horses in harness wear blinders- so they can not see the wagon following so closely behind them...
i have a dog cart-- i am ashamed to say i never got bobby to pull it... his fear/flight was too strong for me to deal with alone- and i never had enough extra help..
there really is no reason bentley -- either by himself= or with opal, could not pull that cart... it is a nice cart--- adnd i have both shafts and pole ( 1 or 2 dogs)
those things are on my list ...plus hang a few bird houses--- and then sit... in the mister as it gets hot..
this mister works very well so far... for the last 5 years we have struggled with hoses and sprayers that sprayed too much and made the t tent like a rain forest..-- so this year-- thanks to the cp's fun fund-- i spent money and got a mister with a 2 gallon tank... and yesterday it was perfect.. lowers the temp --- the sign says 30 degrees-- i see no reason to doubt it. i fell asleep in a chair and snored for 2 hours
( according to bud)
should be an active sunday
i am ready !!