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Ellie

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Barked: Tue Apr 15, '14 10:19am PST 
I really liked Missoula as well! I never went to Helena, but I may have driven through once. There was just so much natural entertainment in bozeman. Still contemplating moving back!!

I want to master fly fishing, as I've only done it a couple times.
Sanka- I pinch the barbs to try and minimize the obnoxious catching when pulling the hook from the mouth, but it's still sometimes brutal. I tend to catch and release but it they swallow the hook, I eat it.

Cash is going to be big!!! And soooo handsome!

Sara has an application at last, so I am talking to them to see if it's a fit!

Tala chased ducks into the water last night and got nice and deep for a full swim. She also had a funny tendency to get up on rocks in the water if I threw her stick by it and then she'd get stuck and whine but eventually jump off. Dock jumping might take some getting used to if we do it!

Hmmmmm I know there were other things I wanted to comment on thinking Maybe next time
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Other Barks & Woofs > SPAM, Poop, & Morlocks
Ellie

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Barked: Mon Apr 14, '14 1:37pm PST 
I lived in Bozeman. Loved it too! If my niece wasn't born in Seattle, I'd still be there!!

Tala decided on Saturday that she wants to be a fetching dog happy dance I love it! She gets exercise even when other dogs aren't around that way! And she would swim for it, so just maybe we can dabble in dock diving later on!

Went fishing yesterday in a new spot with a roommate who's never fished before. Total bust haha. Had the dogs and long lines and ended up having to trek through thick forest patches and stand on rocks in the water to be able to fish in fast moving water (not great for a newbie and not my favorite either)! Still a fun adventure with margaritas afterwards.

Still sunny here for now, but rain is on the way frown


Hooray for Mack party

Pools are though, but I wouldn't be opposed to having one in the future. They are a great way to send kids out of the house and have them come back tired laugh out loud
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Ellie

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Barked: Sat Apr 12, '14 12:55pm PST 
Pools are a lot of work. My dad spent many hours with the chemicals, pool broom and pool net trying to maintain it.

I've been to Texas only once, and thought it was bizzarre haha. I'm very much a west coast girl as far as exposure and love the north west! My time living in Montana though has me missing it a lot. I have barely been to the east coast at all though!

I'm trying to decide if I should invest in a Kirby vacuum. Any thoughts? I had a guy come and demonstrate the vacuum and shampooer and I have to say I feel like I "need" one now laugh out loud Especially renting, the idea of being able to shampoo my own carpets may save me some security deposit money. I found some affordable (comparatively and at around $500) on eBay that are refurbished. Tala is such a beastly shedder to boot!
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Ellie

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Barked: Fri Apr 11, '14 1:13am PST 
I watch call the midwife but haven't read it! My mom got me into it.

No "Red Wedding" yet I don't think. Barely touched the third book, so far.

I have a couple other books checked out and an audio book ("I know why the caged bird sings"), but I've decided to go back to the other books when I am not jumping between books. For now GofT and an audiobook take enough of my time and reading the other books I have checked out might make my brain sizzle laugh out loud

I had a pool once upon a time when I lived in California and Bonnie detested the water! We would have her go in occasionally just to make sure she always knew how to get out if she were to fall in, but she was not a water dog at all! She barked and barked whenever someone jumped or was about to jump in until the resurfaced (a trait I'm sure my mom appreciated because we'd be hard pressed to drown unnoticed!!).
Ellie and Tala both love the water, though I haven't taken Tala out far enough for her to swim swim. She just wades thus far. Once the weather warms up I'll swim out and have her follow.
I don't think Tala is the dog for it, but I think dock diving would be incredibly fun to get into!
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Ellie

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Barked: Thu Apr 10, '14 2:59pm PST 
Just starting number 3 and I can't even believe there are so many!! I'm overwhelmed just thinking about the emotional turmoil this author has in store for me with the amount of twists and shockers in the first two big laugh
I'm finding the show drifts from the books more than I'd like in the second season, though.
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Ellie

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Barked: Thu Apr 10, '14 1:25pm PST 
Reading series books is a trap!! Haha
I'm waiting on one to come out as well! I also decided I needed to read the game of thrones books before getting into the show and it's all I do at home now! I'm totally consumed and there are ao many of them! And they ain't small lol


Cloning sketches me out! No thanks.
Good old fashion creature are just fine for me!

Sorry you're in pain Flicka! Hoping it's more manageable soon!
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Ellie

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Barked: Wed Apr 9, '14 12:30pm PST 
Having a dog co-owned would be tough! I'd have a hard time letting the breeder have too much say in "my" dog as I'm sure the breeder would as well. It would have to be a very good relationship to work if think!

I overheard a pair of people discussing if they were going to breed their dogs naughty A malamute/ timber wolf (I asked if it was a malamute and was assured there was also timber wolf) kept mounting a Great Dane and it seems they were both in tact though the bitch wasn't in heat. But, it got them discussing that they had planned on breeding their dogs and now think it might be tough living in smaller spaces in the city and breeding their dogs silenced I always cringe at those conversations

Rain yesterday but the sun is back today! Trying to coax spring to come and stay. March was the wettest march ever in Seattle this year I believe. Or at least record setting
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Ellie

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Barked: Tue Apr 8, '14 8:52am PST 
Morning!

Let me know how it works Jem!

Had a very odd experience last night with Tala. At 3:30am I woke up to Tala howling. I've never heard her howl before and this was two long and full howls. I couldn't hear or see anything that she could be responding to. Just odd!

Still no interest in Sara frown

Anything for Mack yet, Sarah?

Any foster news for you yet, Sanka?
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Ellie

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Barked: Mon Apr 7, '14 12:11pm PST 
Ty- are you planning on working or doing any sports with Cash?

I'm pondering, as always laugh out loud , my next dog and if I don't go through rescue, starting to think towards breeds. I like many! But, given that I will only be able to own x amount of dogs in my life, want to be certain it's the best choice. All that to say, I think I want to work/ compete my next dog.
I think I'll get Tala into nose work and agility but never too competitive. For now we are working on rock solid recall. Next class we take is called control unleashed/ BAT

I just read an interesting idea for homemade ice packs where you fill a ziplock with rubbing alcohol and water. I think three parts water to one part rubbing alcohol. You put it in the freezer and it never freezes solid so it can form around your shoulder/ knee etc.

Beautiful weather here today! Meeting a friend to run a few miles and then take the pups out to enjoy!
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Ellie

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Barked: Thu Apr 3, '14 8:24pm PST 
Windy and rainy at the beach but it was nice to smell the sea and the pups were able to run free.

Wind blowing Sara's ears up

Major wind blown sand


Flicka- I say all holidays you should request some type of little trip as your gift. That's tough being on different pages on that sort of thing

Ty- now that I think of it, tala was 6 months when I got her and I went straight to adult grain free so she was still a pup. I went to raw shortly after though
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