I think that's pretty smart
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I think that's pretty smart
Our club had some of these made. I'm sure we still have a few for sale
Spicy sausage made from rice and pork meat, organ meat, onions, peppers & spices.
Kinda like a white pudding that's made with rice instead of oatmeal and spicy.
I like to carry a few basic hand tools (vice grips, screw driver, hammer, etc.) and duc_ tape (gotta have duc_ tape).
Tie down straps and/or rope
A dash of isopropyl alcohol, boric acid and/or betadine antiseptic solution can also help create a less than ideal environment for the ear monsters to grow.
This might very well be the case. After all, it's hard enough to get folks to sign up for specific volunteer duties when they actually have a dog entered.
I'm not expressing an opinion, but I'd be shocked if AKC didn't formally give the nod based purely on safety.
"My dog hasn't bitten me, but I have no idea if she will bite you."
100 cfm fan will probably be sufficient considering the volume of your box is 11 cubic feet (38"x22"x24").
Other folks have mounted radiator fans or bilge fans or computer fans to their boxes...
Double check with a multimeter or peel away the wrapper to check.
You can find 12 volt batteries all over the place (no need for it to be identical). They come in all shapes and sizes, you just...
I'm wondering how many volts your winger requires? Looks like you have 8 batteries in that pack & I suspect that means it's a 12 volt system (8*1.5v = 12v), but the individual cells are covered in...
Primer loads are about 1/3 the cost of popper loads, FWIW
I wonder if Bar Keepers Friend would work (cheap & readily available)? I use it on my BBQ smoker & it works great.
Moving the line for the blind can make a lot of sense.
And run it before the marks, I presume?
Not sure it's worth all the grief you'll receive from folks screaming foul on the old "between the marks" rule. (After all, even OJ Simpson was acquitted.)
Saw this done recently. I thought it was a great idea for 2 reasons:
1. allowed more flexibility with the whole "blind outside the mark rule"
2. it was hot & the dogs got wet in both series...
Tell Dick Lamping that his buddies from East TN said hello.
You will have a reasonable chance at a pass.
We all pretty much know what perfection looks like, right (left foot all the marks & lining all the blinds)? Anything less than perfection will get scored less than perfect. Good luck! :)
No doubt. Its sorta like telling a dog person you want to become a backyard breeder.
As to the o.p., it wouldn't surprise me if a few folks in the local retriever club had some connections. You...
I think I would keep my gas tank full & spend as much time in the truck with the a/c as possible. With temps that high, I might even stay home.
Maybe there ought to be some sort of cancellation/refund deadline 3 or 4 weeks before the event? Cancellation penalties are fairly common (soccer, seminar, symposium, cruise, hotel, plane tickets,...
These partial refund policies are fairly common in the world of kid sports & such (they vary, but it's not uncommon to forfeit some of your fee when you request a refund).
Hard to say, but one test hardly makes for a trend. Do you know if any pros that normally enter that test decided to skip the event this year? A good deal of them might be looking for a break...
And isn't it in California this year? That's a fair distance for a lot of folks to travel, so maybe there won't be quite the demand. Just another guess from the Great Carnac.
Seems reasonable to me.