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LOL ! he is very young.
I think Sally has my dream dog. LOL that white w/black spots and blue eyes. and I want female but even if was lucky enough to run up on one like that I still havent found a proper home for this rather large mutt I have here .
one eye looks to be really dark grey.......the other is lighter, just a little right now, it may lighten up to more of a grey or blue tho.......
got him, because he was the most mild pup in the bunch......
I'm hope we might could train for livestock guardian....
every cat and dog I have ever owned has been a rescue . I am talking with the coon hunters ***. right now for Lily. my star is slowing at 8 yrs. already. and Frosty is well, a pip.
because I dont know how to spell association . well, I guess i do.
Edited by granny hatchet - 11/23/15 at 7:16am
LOL sounds like he already has a home granny
I have a really good read on how to choose per temperament, I ran into it one time, its interesting too late for you though I have no idea where it is hmmm
DD is here with meds. BB
let me know when you'll start the drooling granny......lol
Sally that vid was great! Wish that guy would sell those things. The hammer and crow bar are ok, take a little longer than his but not hard work.
I think a reciprocating saw, with a bi metal blade, would make pretty quick work of the boards.....plus likely to lose fewer to cracking.
@twisted-acres-farm whos trophys ? and let me get this straight, You have paper bags on your walls ?? how ?
Mine from way back when I was on bowling leagues. First I put wall paper sizing on the wall and rip up your bags the more rattier and bizzare the shape the better 2)crumple them up good 3 ) soak in warm water 4) squeeze out excess water 4) un crumple 5) place on wall and smother in modge podge 6) repeat process until area is covered 7)I then used water based varnish and varnished the walls.